Ejerslev Harbour is one of the most impressive natural harbours on Mors, home to a number of local fishermen, who sail out to fish for herring, eel and lobster.
Ejerslev Harbour was built in 1911-1914 as a port of disembarcation. Active until 1971.
After comprehensive renovtion the harbour is now the natural meeting place for the local people. It is a neat and modern marina with good facilities: a kitchen, showers, electricity, water etc. For a smaller fee the facilities are also open to auto-campers and campers.
Walkers, cyclists and yachtspeople have visited the harbour for years to experience this unique atmosphere. Trout-fishing on the pier and paragliding from the hill are other possibilities. Bring your binoculars and see the seals on the sandbank near Ejerslev Shoal.
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Handbjerg Strand is located in the Venø bay, and more precisely located at the bottom of the Limfjord between Vinderup and Struer. The beach is very child friendly and is close to a holiday home area. There is a parking space with toilet facilities, and only 50m from the parking space to the beach.
Handbjerg Strand is classified as "Fristrand" which is a beach that can be used as a nude beach.
The beach is close to the beautiful Handbjerg Marina where there are good opportunities for surfing, and there are also good bath and toilet facilities. Here you can for example also rent adult bikes, kayaks, SUP m.m. It is also possible to enjoy your dinner at the Restaurant Pavillion, for instance you can get shooting star, fish tapas or the popular fish buffet.
Sights from Handbjerg Marina.
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Græm Strand is a naturist beach, a so-called FKK beach. FKK stands for Freie Körper Kultur - Free Body Culture. Here many people bathe most of the year - and here you can take a swim in the waves, even if you don't want to wear swimwear.
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In the dunes at Græm Strand you can see moraine layers from the previous ice age. Here you can be lucky to find petrified wood, which is a relic of the constant changes of the landscapes. You can become much wiser about the importance of the Ice Age for the West Jutland landscape by visiting the Geopark West Jutland website.
On the beach you can see several bunkers, which is a testimony of World War II in the middle of the magnificent West Jutland nature. During the war, Adolf Hitler wanted to consolidate the entire Atlantic coast from Norway to Spain with concrete structures, of which approx. 2000 were real bunkers. They were buried in the outermost dunes, where they could lie hidden, but as you can see, the North Sea has left its mark on nature, and the piles are now free on the beach. It may be exciting to visit a pile, but be aware that they are worn and the rebar on several of them is exposed.
Græm Strand in the southernmost part of Husby Klitplantage invites as well as Spidsbjerg Strand for both puppets, walks in the water's edge and general emptying of the head accompanied by the waves of the waves.
According to the book "Wos i æ hawbjerre", the word Gräm consists of "gray" and the ending of home, "hèm", old-fashioned "heh", which means lying down, living, farm, town, home.
The place name is mentioned all the way back in 1522, and it should have arisen after a disused, drowned fisherman was buried in Husby Church. The winter was long with snow long into the spring. This meant that the feed did not hit and many animals died. And it didn't get any better in the spring when nothing sprouted. The locals came to the conclusion that "ugly" - the drowned fisherman - was the cause of the accidents. He was dug up and thrown into the sea. Then luck came back.
You have to go through the dunes to get to Græm Strand. Therefore, access to the beach is not suitable for wheelchair users. At Græm Strand you will find a toilet.
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