Surf and turf: new places to stay
Along with Denmark’s summer houses, beachfront cottages and beach hotels, there are new places to stay coming all over the country in some rather unique settings, with the option to sleep under the stars and with the sound of the sea lulling you to sleep.
In the North Jutland woods, Løvtag has opened two new luxurious treetop cabins built around a large tree that goes straight through the living room. They are added to their existing cabins which have been a great success.
Camp Adventure Forest Tower in the South Zealand forests has added accommodation into the mix with a selection of new glamping tents that opened on 1 June. Guests enjoy round the clock access to the forest tower.
For another stay close to nature, the new surf shacks in the North Zealand surf colony of Lynæs are ideal. Guests here wake up with a panorama view of the Lynæs Beach, just 100 metres from the water with sauna (pictured), spa and other outdoor activities nearby.
This summer, the Danish Nature Agency has launched a new website with information in English all about the places where you can camp for free in Denmark. You can now stay in 201 Danish woodlands for free, and in architect-designed wooden camping shelters available in the countryside as well as regular campsites.