Wadden Sea National Park
If you are into extraordinary nature, then you must visit the Wadden Sea National Park – Denmark’s largest national park at 1,466 km2. The Wadden Sea is on UNESCO’s World Heritage List and has a rich animal and bird life – e.g. 12 – 15 million migratory birds stay at the Wadden Sea on the East Atlantic migration route. Tøndermarsken, which is Denmark’s largest continuous meadow area, is part of the Wadden Sea National Park.
Oysters in Denmark
The adventure of oysters in the Wadden Sea is historically closely linked to Schackenborg Castle. On the guided tours in the Wadden Sea, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you get the story.
Lots of city life
Visit some of South Jutland’s many cozy towns. Haderslev, Tønder, Aabenra and Sønderborg all offer lots of shopping and city life. In the idyllic small towns such as Møgeltønder, Tønder and Højer you will find many old houses and farms in cobbled streets.
The breath of history
Southern Jutland has a very special history, and you must not miss it when you visit Schackenborg. Make your way past the History Center Dybbøl Banke and experience the war in 1864 and see Dybbøl Mill. Dont forget to visit the Frøslev camp, which was built as a German internment camp during the Second World War. Visit archaeological findings, where you will discover the fascinating history of Southern Jutland’s antiquity, and the history of the market town of Haderslev, at the archaeological museum in Haderslev.