When you go on holiday by the North Sea, you have the opportunity to live close to the water and get the wonderful nature experiences up close.
Vedersø Klit is one of the most beautiful vacation sites along the Danish west coast. Old building rules ensure harmony and uniformity in this area, which is also famous for being home to one of Denmark’s most famous poets and freedom fighters - Kaj Munk.
The 11 meter high seamark at Vedersø Klit was erected in 1884, and protected in 1997. In 2007, local citizens set up a group to preserve "Båken", as it was worn by wind and weather. It was therefore re-established in 2011 from weather-resistant materials, and moved further into the dunes.
The Vedersø Search and Rescue consisted of twelve brave men. The North Sea is full of trickery waters and many ships have stranded here through the years. Therefore, Search and Rescue teams arose in many places along the Danish West Coast; including Vedersø.