The west coast of Thy has always been a popular holiday destination. Here is beach, sand and sea, quaint shops and great experiences.
In the coastal towns and villages of Thy you will find a big variety of shops, supermarkets, surf shops & surf schools, handicrafts, fish smokehouses, cafes, galleries and eateries, etc...
Cold Hawaii is a coastal region, on the west coast of Thy, stretching from Agger, in the south of Thy, up to Nr. Vorupør, to Klitmøller, and on to Hanstholm. This coastline has 31 registered surf spots, for windsurfing, surfing and kitesurfing, and is known by the name, “Cold Hawaii”.
Join us on one Denmark's most beautiful walks!
It runs through Denmark's first national park - Thy National Park. Five days with four different small inns and hotels, each with a seaside location or nestling the forest, and each with their special menus: fresh fish, local national park produce and traditional Danish dishes.
The hike takes place, with expert from the Danish Nature Agency.
Do you like to get up above the tree tops? Do you enjoy having a good view? - and you're not afraid of hieghts!
Take yourself or the family out in the forest, and find one of the many viewing towers, look-out points or lighthouses.
Get to the top... and you can see from horizon to horizon!
Nr. Vorupør is the largest and liveliest of the seaside villages in Thy.
Here is sun, sand and water - of course! And also a mixture of shops with groceries, candle making, arts and crafts, surf equipment, smokehouses, cafes and restaurants and especially the North Sea Aquarium with it's "shark tunnel"!
Klitmøller is known as one of Europe's best surf spots. Wind and wave conditions make the area perfect.
Klitmøller has always been known as a popular holiday village, an now it is also worldfamous bacause of it´s fantastic surfing wawes called "Cold Hawaii".
The wind on the west coast can be quite strong in this corner of Denmark - and it has been that way for thousands of years! This has resulted in long periods of sand drift, which has created large sand dunes, wet hollows and many lakes, which together have resulted in a unique landscape of dune, heaths and forest, in this rugged and beautiful part of Thy. It is a natural diversity and an enviroment that is very rare, and therefore was named a National Park, in 2008.