Denmark - Southern Jutland (Chapter)
This is the Southern Jutland chapter from Lonely Planet’s Denmark guidebook.
Southern Jutland is a region of salty offshore islands, understated royal palaces and character-filled historic towns, with unexpectedly modern treats in the form of edgy art and architecture and offbeat design museums. The jewel in the crown is Ribe, the country’s oldest town, while the islands of Als, Fanø and Rømø appeal to beach-going holidaymakers, and bird-watchers.
- join the night-watchman on an evening walk through historic Ribe
- dial the cuteness factor up to 11 in fairy-tale Møgeltønder
- check out the wind-driven blokarts and kitebuggies at Sønderstrand on Rømø
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Kolding, Esbjerg, Fanø, Ribe, Wadden Sea National Park, Rømø, Tønder, Møgeltønder, Sønderborg and Als.
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