Lemvig Harbour consists of the West- Old- and East Harbour.
The West Harbour is also called the Fishing Port and it is the place of the fish processing and service companies.
Old Harbour is a repair port in connection with fishing. Here you also find Mathilde?s Quay which is the centre of many tourist activities.
The East Harbour is also called the freight harbour and is primarily used for freight, storage and the like.
In addition, Lemvig Harbour has several cosy restaurants where you enjoy a nice meal.
It is possible to moor in the harbour. It costs 60 kroner per day without electricity. The price is 70 kroner per day including electricity. The harbour master turns up either in the evening or in the morning to collect harbour dues. You can also pay at the Port Office.