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Thy National Park

Stenbjerg Kirkevej, Thisted 7752, Denmark
+45 72 54 15 00
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Dramatic vistas

Drove along the entire park, stopping at many gorgeous, sweeping views of the sea, sand dunes, and... read more

Reviewed 5 October 2017
Denver, CO
via mobile
More could be made of this wonderful resource.

This is a stunningly beautiful area (when the sun is shining-making the sea a deep blue). There are... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2017
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“sand dunes” (2 reviews)
Stenbjerg Kirkevej, Thisted 7752, Denmark
+45 72 54 15 00
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Reviewed 5 October 2017 via mobile

Drove along the entire park, stopping at many gorgeous, sweeping views of the sea, sand dunes, and healths. The weather was particularly windy and wild, which added to the experience. We saw several rainbows during our visit. This must be equally beautiful (and a little...More

Thank teresaterry
Reviewed 28 August 2017 via mobile

This is a stunningly beautiful area (when the sun is shining-making the sea a deep blue). There are a variety of landscapes ; sea, dunes, lakes, forests and the isthmus with the lagoons. There is much to see; fishing communities, new and historical, lighthouses, we...More

Thank AnserLincs
Reviewed 19 July 2017 via mobile

While the national park has a lot to offer, it is hard to know how to prioritise. Some hikes are downright boring while others are quite nice.

Thank Tomas Å
Reviewed 8 July 2017

We didn't get enough time to fully explore the park, but did walk out to beach and also visit the lighthouse. There is much to do here like hiking, riding the bike trails, and camping. Although there were many folks at the park on holiday,...More

Thank n2history
Reviewed 29 June 2017 via mobile

National park. Ok. A lot of Sand and klits. But not much to see or do :) And it's very windy. Everywhere

Thank Ole Johan Wallu... B
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

Beautiful nature littered with trash on the beaches and in the dunes. Fishing crates from the Shetland Islands, chemical tanks and bottles (eg. coolants, marine motor oil,...) thrown overboard by commercial vessels, fishing nets and car wheels. The list goes on. Only some spots have...More

Thank Robert R
Reviewed 17 April 2017

Went for at hike with friends in Easter from Hanstholm to Agger. The public shelters on the trail have everything you need. (Shelter, toilet shed, campfire with axe and dry wood.)

Thank Michael_Andreasen
Reviewed 14 March 2017

You must come and see this unique nature here in northwest Jytland. There is alot of animal (deer) Here are you very close to the nature, and there are some places where you can stay at nigth outside for free.

Thank nicedane62
Reviewed 16 August 2016

When going to the westcoast in nothern jutland, don't miss Thy National Park. A unique place i nothern Europe with (up to) 200 years old plantations, twisted and odd growing trees stressed from the wind. Dunes as long as the eye can see. Fantastic geology...More

1  Thank Thornor
Reviewed 27 June 2016

A wonderful place for finindstiller flowers and watching e.g. deer and many different birds. You will also find coastal towns, among others Klitmøller, also known as Cold Hawaii.

Thank maggieThy
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