It will surprise you how diverse nature is at the West Coast.Here, you will find dunes, beach meadows, heaths, luscious riverdales, and cultivated farmland.
The dam "Bagges Dæmning", which reaches into Ringkøbing Fjord at both ends, is today a great destination for nature hikes and cycling tours and it is certainly worth the trip.
Skallingen and Langli – an extraordinary natural experience. Only few places in Denmark offer such a grand and untouched landscape as this. The peninsula Skallingen covers 2,000 hectares of unique nature and is part of the Wadden Sea National Park.
At approximately 300 square metres, Ringkøbing Fjord is the largest lake in West Jutland. Locals here think it is also the most beautiful..... The fjord is a shallow lake of brackish water surrounded by tidal meadows, particularly at the Tippen and Værn areas.
Filsø is Denmark's sixth largest lake. Here you can experience a unique nature area, and bird enthusiasts must remember the binoculars, because the lake is a resting place for 234 different bird species.
Are you interested in nature? And maybe especially in birds? Then you must visit Tipperne, a peninsula in the south end of Ringkøbing Fjord.
Ringkøbing Fjord with the large beach meadows to the north, east, and south of the fjord is a haven for both migrating and breeding waterfowls; here they have plenty of room and the necessary peace and quiet that is required in the breeding season.
25 unique seamarks once towered over the dunes along the Danish west coast. Today, only 11 of them remain. In Vedersø, locals took it into their own h...
Locals often call the dunes 'æ hawbjerge' (the sea mountains).
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Welcome to Denmark's westernmost point at the North Sea.
Skjern Å is the pride of Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality. In this beautiful nature area, you can take a long walk, catch a large salmon, or take a trip in a canoe.
The meadows Skjern Enge are located between Skjern and Tarm on the road from Borris to Ringkøbing Fjord. It is a 2,200 hectares large nature area dominated by meadows, wetlands and lakes as well as the rivers Skjern Å, Omme Å and Gundesbøl Å.
In the area around Vest Stadil Fjord and Stadil Fjord you will have a fantastic panoramic view. The flat landscape spreads out to all sides except from the beatiful row of dunes next to the North Sea.