Go on a trip with your family in the nature. You will find plenty of free sights to explore and get great experiences in the nature.
As you travel the 1,5 km distance along the dam to Kalø Castle Ruins you are also travelling 700 years back in time. The castle was built in the Middle Ages and it is incredibly well preserved.
On an app. 50 m slope west of Thorsø by Grenaa, there are 9 burial mounds from the Bronze Age.
Karlby and Sangstrup Klinter is a fantastic excursion spot for the entire family. Here, you can take in the view of the spectacular cliffs and gather unique fossils at the same time.
Jernhatten, which is a part of the National Park Mols Bjerge, is 49 m high. Here is a lovely view over the sea towards the island Hjelm.
Ørnbjerg Mill.In Denmark most of the water mills were more or less identical to around 1750; a water wheel to every grinder, driven from below by a gear change. However, between 1750 and 1850 all larg...
The trip to the lighthouse at ‘Sletterhage’ is appreciated by many people. The surroundings invite you to a quick walk to the ‘Tyskertårnet' (radar installation from WW 2) or ‘Lushage’. Maybe just a s...
From the parking area at the end of Klæbjergvej a marked path starts and goes all the way to the high cliffs at Lushage. There is an amazing view from the cliff, Bursklint.
The protected area with reconstructed cairns, passage grave and culthouse is from the Neolithic age. The groundplan of the burned and collapsed treetemple, where the inhabitants from Tustrup worshippe...
The three Bronze Age mounds of Trehøje, 127 metres above sea level, offer a panorama view from Aarhus to Ebeltoft, including four inlets: Kalø, Begtrup, Knebel, and Ebeltoft.
You will find Poskær Stonehenge between the towns of Agri and Knebel. With its enormous stones, it is one of Denmark's most impressive stonehenges.