Thy is Denmark’s natural corner - in more than one sense. Here, where nature can be both harsh and mild, majestic in its power or ensnaring in its charm, a world of sensory experiences awaits you.
Beautiful scenery, picturesque fishing villages, the roaring waves of the North Sea, white sandy beaches and dunes where you can find shelter from the wind. Activities for the whole family including bowling, go-karts and swimming baths. There’s certainly plenty to do in the area around Fårup Sommerland.
We have gathered here some of the activities that we think are worth a visit.
Hjerl Hede is one of Denmark's great and exciting attractions which is well-known for its living history, and well worth visiting for the whole family.
The museum shows the development of the Danish village from the year 1500 up to about 1900 with among other things a forge, an inn, mills, a school, a vicarage, a dairy, a grocer's shop and farms.
Welcome to the Jesperhus Resort
The Jesperhus Resort is a family owned company with an interesting history. Through the years Jesperhus has developed from a small garden into the largest flowerpark in Northern Europe which today also include camping site and a holiday centre.
Kystcentret in Thyborön is the largest exploratorium on the Danish North Sea coast and opens up to an “ocean” of exciting experiences for the entire family.
Get insight into the dramatic forces that shapes and reshapes the coastal landscapes of Denmark.
In Kystcentret you will get close to the sea!
The site comprises Hanstholm’s unique museum bunker, which housed one of the four large 38 cm guns during the war.
At the bunkeren has been constructed a beautiful new building wihich houses an interesting exhibition about the »Atlantic Wall«.
Don’t forget to set aside time for a walk in the beautiful countrydside surrounding the bunkers. This trip can be made with the old munitions train.
The Danish Parliament has appointed the area of western Thy as home to the first Danish national park. The official opening took place on the 22nd of August 2008.
The national park, which covers an area of 24.370 hectares is located along the coast of the North Sea from Agger Tange in the south to Hanstholm in the north and extending up to 12 kilometer inland.
This leaflet gives an introduction to the sights of Denmark's first national park.
Here every visitor expieriences all species of fish in The North Sea including fish from allmost any waterdepth, seldom fishes as well as common fishes.
All species are taken ashore by the fishermen in Vorupør.
In the Aquarium more than 80 species are represented in their natural surroundings.
Here you ca study the fascinating diversity of life in The North Sea.
In level for children youøll find a large touching bassin. Here you can try to "shake hand" with a shark and other species.
The Greatest Aquarium of Northern Europe and much more....
A visit to the North Sea Museum is always a world of new experiences. The Oceanarium itself with large schools of mackerel, herring, horse mackerel and garfish that are fed by the diver every day is worth the visit.
In the numerous exhibit you will find exiting and educational information on life below the surface of the North Sea, and in the "North Sea Lab" you get really close to the animals - you may even touch some of them!