Hvide Sande Harbour and the Fjord Harbours
At the southern part of the harbour in Hvide Sande, you’ll find a most unique and accessible point of entry to the North Sea; straight on to the beach. Here, Hvide Sande commissioned a work of art in redbrick, which winds its way over the dunes, so that you can cross them without difficulty. Here, everybody has a chance to experience the impressive nature by the sea without having to feel impaired by loose and uneven sand.
The entire fishing port in Hvide Sande is freely accessible. There is a concrete edge all along the water’s edge, which works as a stop sign for white canes. This edge prevents involuntary bathing in the harbour.
The fjord harbours in Hvide Sande, Ringkøbing, Stauning, Skaven, and Bork have also been paved with even surfaces and edgings that prevent you from stepping into the unknown. Some of these cosy little harbours have preserved an original and natural surface.