Vacationing by the West Coast of Denmark – in our destination – first and foremost means beautiful nature close to the water.
The spectacular natural environment at Nørre Nebel and Nymindegab has inspired many painters and amateur photographers to immortalise a plethora of the North Sea coast´s unique vistas, sights and landscapes.
Just here where Ringkøbing Fjord meets the North Sea, there are huge sand dunes, reed beds, heather-covered moors, lonely coastal lagoons and a myriad of animal life.
Nørre Nebel is this area´s largest market town. It offers brisk trading, numerous clubs and associations, and a full programme of activities during the summer months.
The "Esehusene" are situated below Nymindegab Kro. The houses were used for fishing equipment and as home for the women "esepigerne" who were reparing the fishing equipment and preparing the bait (in Danish=Es). Today you can see identical "Esehuse" in the museum "Frilandsmuseet" in Copen...
Nymindegab Strand is a nice beach at the west coast awarded a blue flag.A Blue Flag flying over a Danish beach indicates that a number of environmental criteria has been met, that the recreational waters are tested regularly, that the toilet facilities are in order, and that educational ...