What to expect from our campsites in Denmark
When you decide to pitch up with us on a camping holiday in Denmark, you can expect a warm welcome, great facilities, useful amenities and excellent accommodation. You’ll find that our campsites provide a perfect place to enjoy an outdoor escape, with access to gorgeous natural landscapes of this top Nordic nation.
We believe a camping trip in Denmark is all about exploring and playing together as a family, or with your closest friends and loved ones. The freedom to hope on a bike or tie up your hiking boots for a day’s adventure is at the heart of our holidays. If you choose to stay on site for the day, you’ll have a variety of activities and entertainment to enjoy together.
With great clubs for kids, evening entertainment and a range of sporting & recreational options, you’ll never get bored. Our site staff are at your disposal to make your stay truly memorable and very enjoyable.
Things to do in while camping in Denmark
As with any camping holiday in Europe, there should be plenty of things to do in the midst of nature. In Denmark, you have lots of opportunity to explore the sprawling woodland, lovely valleys, cool coastal resorts and charming villages.
Denmark has many national park that offer fantastic trails through picturesque landscapes. We’d recommend a visit to Thy National Park, Wadden Sea National Park or Rebild National Park. You can also enjoy discovering the countryside by bicycle, taking in the fresh air and scenic surroundings on a biking trip.
With over 8000km of coastline, it is not surprising that the country can boast numerous gorgeous beaches. The soft white sands of Søndervig in West Jutland make it one of the most attractive beaches to visit. The beach park at Amager is a firm favourite with the kids due to its stretches of golden sands and water sports.
Copenhagen, the charismatic capital, is home to palaces, castles and a lovely 18th century rococo district. There are plenty of things to see and do in the is vibrant city, including Tivoli Gardens Amusement Park, Nyhavn canal and harbour, the Little Mermaid Statue and the National Aquarium. The exciting Experimentarium, an interactive science & technology museum, is a smash hit with kids.
Of course, what would a visit to Denmark be without a visit to Legoland! Situated in Billund, this fantastic Lego themed amusement park features rides, attractions and plenty of activities.