Totally different from the more southerly wooded fjords, the North East coast of Denmark is a place of sand dunes and fishing towns.
The coast is unremarkable and at the extreme tip is the famous Skagens Rev, where the waters from the Skagerrak meet the North Sea. Skagen is
a destination in itself. Sæby a small pleasant fishing village. Hals is
a reasonable stop, particularly if traveling on to the Limfjord. Grenå is a major ‘truck
stop’ between the north and the waters of Århus Bight. It is also a reasonable hop to Sweden
Anholt is a true beach destination. An idyllic island in the middle of the Kattegat, with golden beaches and lovely
forests. It sits plumb in between Grenå in Denmark and Varberg in Sweden.