Easy to reach - by boat, plane, ferry, car and bus.
Stena Line sails from Sweden and Norway to Jutland. Stena Line departs four times a day and the crossing takes approx. four hours. If you take the night ferry from Grenaa, you can spend the night in cosy cabins. Stena Nautica is a combined passenger/freight ferry with a buffet restaurant, café, shop, playroom, cinema, cabins, and PLUS Lounge. The Grenaa-Varberg line is an easy travel route, with special prices for tall personal vehicles, motorhomes, and camping caravans.
Booking on www.stenaline.com
Randers fjord is crossed by two small ferry routes. Between Mellerup and Voer, Ragna, Denmark’s smallest ferry for cars, sails between Mellerup-Voer. The old cable-drawn ferry sails between Udbyhøj Nord-Syd, at the mouth of the fjord. Both ferries shuttle back and forth in the daytime hours, so just show up.
Grenaa Anholt Færgefart (Ferry Services). In the summer, there are only daily departures in both directions from Grenaa and Anholt. The trip takes approx. 3 hours.
Online booking on www.anholtfergen.dk
Anholt Offshore Wind Farm is the third largest offshore wind farm in the world and Denmark’s largest. It was officially inaugurated on 4 September 2013 by H.M. Queen Margrethe. From the coast on clear days, you can see Anholt Wind Farm. 111 offshore wind turbines towering in the horizon, each 142 metres tall.
Aarhus Airport connects Djursland with the rest of the world. It is the biggest airport in Central Denmark Region, and with direct routes to several European nerve centres, the entire world is easily reached from Aarhus Airport – with maximum one connection.