Henne Strand

Henne Strand

Photo: Destination Vesterhavet

Low sun from the left. There are no less than three versions of Henne from Strandvejen to the North Sea.  

Henne Stationsby grew up along the railway line. It offers an inn, arts and crafts and a few shops.

Henne Kirkeby with its church and its inn lie closer to the coast. Henne Kirkeby Kro is Westjutland´s only gourmet restaurant with two Michelin stars. At he end of the road with views of the beach, lies historical Henne Strand. Now a modern seaside town surrounded by holiday homes, the town invites you to shop, eat well, stay comfortably and indulge in an up-maket bathing holiday. 

Accommodation

Vacationing by the West Coast of Denmark – in Destination Vesterhavet – first and foremost means beautiful nature close to the water. A week or two goes by quickly and that’s why it’s a good idea to think about where you want to stay, in order to get the best out of your vacation

Restaurants in and around Henne Strand

Get inspired and find a place to eat when you visit Henne Strand and the surrounding area.

Specialties and farm shops

In Destination Vesterhavet you have the opportunity to visit the many specialties and farm shops. Here you will find a wide range of specialties made from local producers.

Art & crafts

Visit the local shops and workshops.

Activities in and around Henne Strand

Ideas for what to do during your vacation in Henne Strand.

Shopping in Henne Strand

Henne Strand is a modern seaside town with lots of interesting shops.

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The Dunes along the North Sea

Locals often call the dunes 'æ hawbjerge' (the sea mountains).

Bicycle routes

Jump on your bike and enjoy the unique West Jutland landscape.

Hiking routes in Danish Nature Park Vesterhavet

Hiking routes in Danish Nature Park Vesterhavet

Bunkers at the North Sea

Along the west coast there are still large concrete-relics from World War II.