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Information about Skagen
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In any case in a holiday home, either in the dunes between the heather and beach grass or directly in Skagen.
To book about https://www.toppenferienhauser.de/
For everyone who wants to be as close as possible to art and history: the Brøndums Hotel.
Right next to the gray lighthouse, the Blink restaurant and café not only has one of the most beautiful views, but also sensational dishes in the evening with a reinterpretation of
Everything organic, mostly from our own cultivation.
Not for the tight budget, but an experience with a luck factor.
When in Skagen, do like the Skagen people: eat fish.
Best at the harbor in Pakhuset, where everything revolves around marine animals from oysters to pikeperch.
The museum with the works of the Skagen artists is clearly laid out enough to inspire non-art fans as well.
If you want more, you can also visit the houses of Holger Drachmann and Michael and Anne Ancher.
Light, sand, wind and the architecture of the Danish star architect Jörn Utzon, who not only designed the Sydney Opera House, but also this building, these are roughly the themes of the Skagen Odde Nature Center.
Even if you're not interested in science, this is a good place.
You can just sit, have a coffee and look at the dunes and the birds through the large windows.
Surroundings: The fishing village of Løkken with its hyggenic streets, wide beach and dramatic cliffs is more than worth a visit.
Be sure to go to the ceramic café Mollehuset for one of the huge cinnamon rolls with chocolate sauce.
Ceramic for everyday life and for special days: Skagen Potteri
For everyone who likes Nordic design but gets dizzy from the Nordic prices: Skagen Lagersalg