Copenhagen Cable ParkHarbor / Marina • Copenhagen, Denmark
Awesome wakeboard cablepark
Bang & Olufsen’s main building in Struer is anchored in the landscape, where the design and production company has its identity. The building was designed by KHR and completed in 1998.
Town founded in the 13th century with quaint old streets, most of which lead towards the water of the fjord.
A transparent, modern brasserie right on the beach serving locally sourced, organic and sustainable food.
Endless beach named after the brightness of the sand. Great for surfing.
This boutique-style inn by Michelin-starred, ex-pat Brit chef Paul Cunningham serves some of the most interesting Nordic-inspired dishes in Denmark.
Coastline consisting of some of the 30 best surf & windsurf spots in Denmark.
World class whiskey distillery and supplier to restaurant NOMA.
Sail up this small river to 'Sommerlyst' which used to be a remote wooden pavilion only accessible by boat. Now only the wooden bridge remains, which serves as a great spot for trout fishing.
17th century manor where Hans Christian Andersen penned his Ode to the Elder Flower.
Skjern Å is the largest river in Denmark, in terms of volume, and home to a variety of wildlife, including otters, atlantic salmon and a variety of waterbirds.
Contemporary art museum designed by the American architect Steven Holl. HEART’s collection holds Danish and international conceptual and experimental art from the 1930s till today.
The largest limestone cave in the world: more than 60 kilometres of underground paths.
The Wadden Sea is a national park famous for its rich flora and fauna, especially birds. If lucky, visitors may experience 'Sort Sol' where very large numbers of migrational starlings gather.
Small danish island renowned for its deposits of diatomite, fossils and local beer.