Most of Denmark is formed by the Jutland peninsula, which borders on the North Sea, Skagerrak and Kattegat. It is therefore not surprising that this region is popular among holidaymakers. An area with steep hills, polders, wide sandy beaches, dense forests and the lake district around Silkeborg.
Would you like to visit a beautifully varied region in Denmark? Then a holiday in Jutland is a great place to start. It is Denmark's largest region and offers fun for young and old. If you take your car to Denmark, you can take the Margrie route in Jutland, a tourist route that winds through a stunning and varied landscape. Because of its size, Jutland is often referred to as West Jutland, East Jutland, North Jutland, South Jutland and Central Jutland. Each region has a different kind of holiday to offer! For hiking and biking you should go to Central Jutland, but if you are looking for a beach holiday, East Jutland may be just what you're looking for. It is also the best place to go with smaller children because the sea in West Jutland is a bit rougher and therefore more suitable for water sports activities. Want to expand your experience and immerse yourself in Danish culture? Then plan a day trip to one of the larger cities such as Kolding, Vigsø and Billund. In Vigsø you will find a beautiful, unspoiled natural environment. The oldest nature reserve, the Thy National Park, can be found here.
The most famous attraction in Jutland is Legoland Denmark. A great day out for both young and old. This famous amusement park can be found in Billund and is made out of millions of Lego bricks. Or visit Scandinavia's largest summer park: Djurs Sommerland in Djursland. In addition to breathtaking roller coasters, you will also find an aquapark - perfect for hot summer days. Djursland is the ideal region for a family holiday. It offers several animal parks and other attractions within easy reach. From your holiday home in Denmark, you can access a whole range of stunning locations. You can also visit the Lille Vildmose National Park or get a breath of fresh air on the west or east coasts of Jutland. Do you like water sports? Then you ought to visit Hvide Sande on the west coast. Want to learn more about the history of Jutland? Then why not relive the Viking era in the Ribe VikingeCenter? A fun day for all ages and you'll find out all you need to know about the history of Denmark. And why not pay a visit to 'the city of laughter', Århus, Denmark's second largest city? In 2017, this city was chosen as the European Capital of Culture. Walk through 'den gamble by' (the old town) and go to the Århus of yesteryear. In the vicinity of Århus, you will also find Djursland.
After an action-packed day in Jutland, there is nothing better than heading back to your holiday home. If you stay in a holiday home on the coast, the sea is never far away. Take a walk along the wide sandy beaches of Jutland and enjoy the untouched nature. Did you know that you have the most hours of sunshine in this region of Denmark? The north of Jutland is also known as 'Lysets Land', which means 'land of light'. This is also due to the special light intensity at the top of Denmark. The sunlight is reflected on the water in a spectacular, magical way. Denmark is a beautiful destination throughout the year. So you can enjoy a breath of fresh air on the coast in autumn too. And did you know that your four-legged friend is always welcome in Denmark too? We have many holiday homes which accept one or more pets. Denmark is also an animal-friendly country where dogs are often allowed on the beaches, even in the summer.
There are 3500+ Belvilla houses in Jutland.
Some of the most important places to visit in Jutland are Kolding, Vigsø, Billund, Legoland, Jelling Stones, Skagen peninsula, Djurs Sommerland, and århus.
Some of the must-do activities in Jutland are-
Some of the recommended dishes in Jutland are Flæskesteg, Pickled herring, Smørrebrød, Boller i karry, and Stjerneskud
The months from May to August are the best to visit Jutland.