4.5 based on 166 reviews
Travel to Europe always lends opportunities to see and understand the nightmare that was WW2. Denmarks experience of German occupation is highlighted in several Exhibitions across the country. This preserved Bunker system is well done with examples of weapons of the axis. Staff are helpful including providing English translations to the top floor display. Views of the harbour nearby can be had on the designated walks.
4 based on 26 reviews
Hanstholm lighthouse at about 65 meters above sea level is located at the NW point of Jutland - Denmark was built in 1843, it became equipped with electric bulb lamps in 1889 that were replaced with incandescent lamps in 1924. Nothing very special, only the panoramic views are worth to make some pictures, especially over the nearby ferry - fishing harbour at the other end of this coastline, as shown in attached pictures. Entrance ticket is in combination with the Hanstholm Museum entry.
4 based on 20 reviews
Great house. Clean and well-maintained. Most of the houses have a great view and some over the sea. The house was okay not high standard (but we have choosen one of the house that was not renovated). The facilities in the center is fine. The indoor pool area is very good for all age. Small compared to other pool-holidaycenter - but absolute okay for a holiday with kids.
The area have two Playgrounds. Beach is near - walk or by car. A lilte wood is also near.
4 based on 6 reviews
Vi besøgte denne kirke, som er ca 800 år gammel og ligger højt på Hanstholmknuden tæt mod havet og yderst på Jyllands skulder. Den ligger lige overfor fyret og er sognekirke for
Kor og skib er fra sidste halvdel af 1100tallet.
Den er opført af kvadre, som er tilhuggede granitsten.
Vi besøgte den dagen efter Prins Henriks død, så der var flaget på halvt. Kirken var dejlig varm, så der havde ang været messe tidligere på dagen.
3.5 based on 16 reviews
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