Kalø Slotsruin - Nationalpark Mols Bjerge

The charm of Djursland

Sangstrup Klint, kyst på Djursland

Djursland - explore life behind 250-kilometer coastline

A 250 km blue band of coastline and beach embraces a landscape with, among other things, Nationalpark Mols Bjerge and charming towns to explore. Few places can compete with this concentration of exciting glacially-carved landscape, beaches, charming cities, and varied and exceptional nature.

 

 

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Nature areas in Djursland

National Park Mols Bjerge

Nationalpark Mols Bjerge offers a great variety of nature. Mols Bjerge is especially known for its extraordinary landscape, which was shaped during the Ice Age.

Naturepark Randers Fjord

The 293 square kilometre area in and around Randers Fjord which is appointed as a nature park, contains a wide variety of different habitats. Here are...

Karlby & Sangstrup Cliffs

Karlby & Sangstrup Cliffs appear as very beautiful coastal cliffs. Karlby Cliff is connected to the even higher Sangstrup Cliff, only separated by a ...

Helgenæs

Helgenæs is located exactly in the middle of Denmark, and despite its small size, it contains so much of what is typically Danish - steep cliffs, low ...

Experience nature on Djursland

Overview of natural areas

Out into nature

Beaches

Guide to Blue Flag beaches

10 free sights in nature

Suggestions for 10 places in Djursland that is a must-see.

Explore nature with a guide

Experience the ocean in new ways at the adventures sites

Shopping and citybreak

Cities in Djursland