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Experience Limfjorden - a unique water



In 2010 the Limfjord was elected "Best European water" by readers of the German sailing magazine "Segeln". The Limfjord is characterized by changing water and the varied landscape. It runs through the Northern part of Jutland and as indicated in the heading, is worth a visit. Westwards you find the waters between Thy and the island Mors and further westwards is the Thyborøn channel leading to the North Sea. 

By the Limfjord you are something special. Not just as a tourist, but as a guest. By the Limfjord you experience the entire body. Quiet, easy and close up. There is room for taking a break. 

Experience the Limfjord and give in to the fantastic nature and quiet of the Limfjord Land. Go for a hike,  a seal safari, or enjoy one of the many harbours, where you can get unique stories. 

You can also experience one of the greatest regattas of the North,"Limfjorden Rundt", involving old vessels or copies of vessels related to Denmark. The regatta offers 6 days of sailing and getting together in Denmark's most beautiful water - the Limfjord. 

Find inspiration for experiences around the Limfjord and all of its harbours.



By the Limfjord you are something special. Not just as a tourist, but as a guest. By the Limfjord you experience the entire body. Quiet, easy and close up. There is room for taking a break.

Examples of experiences
 The Isle og Mors - Guided storytelling at Dansk Skaldyrcenter (Danish Shellfish Center) The Isle og Mors - Guided storytelling at Dansk Skaldyrcenter (Danish Shellfish Center) Every Tuesday, 6/7 - 3/8-2021
Time: 10:00 am. - 11:00 am.
Address: Dansk Skaldyrcenter, Øroddevej 80, 7900 Nykøbing Mors  Get a unique insight into a modern, biological research at the Danish Shellfish Center (Dansk Skaldyrcenter). Here, you will walk around the hatching stations and visit the experimental plant. On your way, we will tell you about our newest experiments, recent research and try some of the exciting taste from the Limfjord. This is a unique opportunity to learn more about animals and plants in the Limfjord.
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 Hike: Lemvig Sødal Lemvig Sødal is a so called subglacial stream trench. The valley lies from the city to the flat outwash plain to the south. The subglacial stream trench is made by the meltwater from the last ice age ca. 20-30000 years ago. Under the ice, which was several hundred meters thick, meltwater gathered in tunnels. Due to the enormous pressure from the ice above, the water was pushed down and flushed out with great strength in those places where there were holes in the ice – the so called ice caves. Here, the meltwater dug deep grooves into the surface of the earth and took huge amounts of sand, gravel, stones, and clay with it. The light clay was flushed into the sea, while the heavier sand and gravel ended up on the plain south of the ice. Today, the materials are being dug up in the gravel pits in among others Rom south of Lemvig. The Danish Society for Nature Conservation had the area preserved in 1978 and that is why you still today can visit “The dimple of West Jutland”. You can follow the marked routes around the lake, they are 4,5 and 6 kilometers. Hiking Routes View on map
 Helmklink Harbour Helmklink Harbour was founded in 1910.

In recent years the harbour has been expanded, so it now has docks for up to 99 boats. This makes Helmklink Harbour the largest harbour in Nissum Fjord. In the harbour area, there are 11 fishermens' hut's, a public toilet, and a large playground. Furthermore there is a outside steel table, where it's possible to gut a fish, you've caught.
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