The West Coast of Jutland is for most people synonymous with miles-on-end of white, inviting sandy beaches - some places so wide, that it is allowed to drive by car right down to the water edge. The towering sand dunes are impressive, the fishing villages cosy and the beach towns nice and lively.
But this area is so much more than just sea and beaches. Here you will also find extensive heth landscapes, large forests and plantations, lakes, streams, fjords and a unique, unspoiled nature. The area is filled with interesting nature experiences and a fascinating flora and fauna, such as the protected peninsula Skallingen with its individual nature and the numerous seals who romp about in the water, or the bird preserve Tipperne at the Ringkøbing Fjord. The Tipper peninsula is an impressive sight, when the many migratory birds such as wading birds, ducks and geese gather on their way further up north or down south each spring and autumn.
So if you planning to book a holiday cottage in Denmark to explore stunning landscapes and watch the many birds, then the West Coast of Jutland is your destination!