West of Tisvildeleje - next to the fifth largest forest Tisvilde Hegn - is a kilometer long, white and children friendly sandy beach with clean saltwater, sand dunes and woods.There are lifeguards every day during summer, a kiosk selling ice cream, sausages and sweets.
Tibirke Church is built on an ancient pagan site; a "vi”, which was used for human sacrifice.
At the foot of the church towards Bækkebrovej is a spring, which may have been a place of pilgrimage in antiquity, called Ti's (Tyrs) gush. The name Tisvilde derives from this.
There are a lot of events in North Sealand. You can find them here.