Whether the wild North Sea or the calm Baltic Sea: With 7,300 km of coastline and almost 500 certified, dreamy campsites, Denmark offers the best conditions for a successful holiday.
The best season for a camping holiday in Denmark? Always! Thanks to the mild climate, many sites are open all year round and allow camping experiences without a season. Among the diverse places throughout the country, everyone will find their dream place, whether with a caravan, mobile home, tent or even for a stay in a hut. Denmark's campsites are of a high standard and are consistently among the best in Europe. There is something for every taste and holiday desire in terms of equipment and facilities, attractions, activities and sights. And nature experiences can be found everywhere in Denmark and are easily accessible.
Queen Margrethe II has a favorite flower: namely her namesake, the marguerite. The "Marguerite Route" is dedicated to her - a 3,540 kilometer long tourist route. Square signs with a daisy on a brown background show motorists and cyclists the way. The little signs lead along scenic roads to more than 1,000 attractions that you wouldn't necessarily come across yourself. It goes past castles, manors, viewpoints as well as nature reserves, medieval towns, leisure centers and of course camping sites. The entire route is divided into 13 individual stretches. You can put together your own personal sightseeing tour and decide from day to day which top attractions you want to see.
Denmark consists of over 1400 islands, many of which are still uninhabited. The country offers countless beaches, dreamy dunes and nature as far as the eye can see. It consists largely of flat landscapes, which is also made possible by extravagant tours by bike if you want to give the motorhome a breather.
The Danes are considered the happiest country in the world. No wonder this slowed-down everyday life and the quick excursions into nature, which are possible at any time even in large cities like Copenhagen or Odense. Let yourself be infected by the bliss and explore the kingdom north of Germany.
VisitDenmark has developed 19 themed routes so that you can get to know the Camping Kingdom in a comfortable way and according to your interests. Whether pure nature, Nordic city life, holidays by the sea or the history of the Vikings. There is something exciting for everyone on the Marguerite Route!
The island of Funen, also known as Fyn in the local language, is best known for one of its sons. The famous storyteller Hans Christian Andersen was born in 1805 in Odense, the largest city on the island. Andersen spent his youth on the island before he went out into the world and became world famous with works such as "The Princess and the Pea", "The Little Mermaid", "The Snow Queen" or "The Ugly Duckling". The statue of the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen is still considered the most famous landmark in the country to this day. Your tracks are also unmistakable on Fyn. In Odense, for example, you can visit Hans Christian Andersen's birthplace or learn more about his exciting life and work in the museum dedicated to him.
The Danish capital has more than 600,000 inhabitants and has always retained the charm of Scandinavia. Rather, this charm was supplemented with the advantages of a big city, such as great sights, excellent restaurants and a variety of nightlife options.
In Copenhagen you can experience Denmark's past and present up close. Amalienborg Palace, for example, bears witness to the more than 1000-year history of the nobility that made Denmark the oldest monarchy in Europe. Trendy districts like Frederiksberg and Vesterbro as well as numerous art museums show the modern side of the country with Copenhagen as the center of these new cultures.
Together with culinary delicacies such as the typical smørrebrød, tartelettes or sweet pastries, Copenhagen is an ideal stopover before heading back out into nature with the motorhome.
From anywhere in Denmark you are less than 50 kilometers from the sea. What is quite normal for many Danes is a luxury, especially for German holidaymakers, that needs to be exploited. With the motorhome you can park your vehicle comfortably on one of the countless beaches and let your mind wander. On the west coast of Denmark even with the best view of beautiful sunsets. The green reeds or the tides invite you to take long walks on the coast or in the mudflats. Blavand or the North Sea island of Römö are particularly suitable for the latter. With a nose full of fresh, salty sea air, the trip is twice as much fun!
Denmark is predestined to be explored by bike, after all, the country's highest mountain is just 170 meters high. On the flat plains, especially on the coast, time flies by and in no time my daily milestone has been reached. There is still plenty of time to explore the area or try local delicacies. The Danish Baltic Sea Cycle Route takes you over 14 stages through the eastern part of the country and offers pleasure for body and mind. The link provided provides more information about the route, accommodations and helpful tips and tricks.
Themes: Themed routes through the whole country to the most beautiful corners of Denmark
Regions: North Sea, Baltic Sea
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