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Welcome to North Sealand

The perceptions of North Sealand are multiple. We would like to share our perception of North Sealand with you: The coast. Nature. The history. The culture. North Sealand is full of great and small experiences, activities and events all year. How do you perceive North Sealand?

Sommer når den er bedst ...

Nyd den danske sommer når den er bedst i Nordsjælland. Besøg en af de skønne små byer langs kysten. Her er ikke langt til hverken kultur eller natur. Gå på museum om formiddagen eller besøg et af de tre smukke slotte og hop i bølgen blå om eftermiddagen.

Sommer oplevelser i Nordsjælland

Photo: Daniel Overbeck

De hyggeligste byer

Gilleleje, Rågeleje, Tisvildeleje, Liseleje – oprindelige fiskerlejer som i dag er hyggelige badebyer med masser af sommerliv. Langs hele Nordsjællands kyst ligger de, med hver sin charme og fortælling. Købstæderne lokker med slotte, museer og shopping, og pauser i små listige caféer.

De nordsjællandske strande

Nordsjællands kyst strækker sig fra Nivå i øst til Hundested i vest – Den Danske Riviera. Uanset vindretningen, kan du altid finde en dejlig badestrand, som passer dig. Brede, børnevenlige sandstrande. Strande med livreddere og stribede badehuse, som er så typiske for Nordsjælland.

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

Photo: Kim Hansen

Maritime heritage & architecture

Photo: Oliver Bock

Nature experiences

In all directions of the region and in the Nationalpark Royal North Sealand, marked routes and paths lead you through deep forest and open spaces, along the beach and close to beautiful lakes. Jump on a bike or tie your hiking boot laces and get ready for new adventures. You get a chance to slow down and open all your senses and inhale nature, right here, right now. It is also called mindfulness.

 

Experience beautiful North Sealand by bike

Royal North Sealand is a kingdom for cyclists. Discover the majestic castles on the Castle Route along sea and lakes. Visit tiny coastal villages, where thatched houses surrounded by hollyhocks and cobbled stones take you back in time.

Outdoor Experiences

Experience the North Sealand coast through the locals. Throw in the wave blue notice the rush and excitement of whizzing over the water — experience the North Coast and the beautiful scenery from the waterside. Here are great opportunities for a lovely day by the sea.

Fishing at the Northcoast

The North Coast of Sealand offers high quality fishing in many forms. Along the coast that’s over 100 kilometres long, you can fish for the sought-after sea trout, take a boat out for cod or spend time with family or friends fishing at ‘put and takes’ or from the harbours and j...

A strong and unique cultural heritage

You get close to Denmark’s history when you get access to three royal palaces. Here, you enter a world of pomp and circumstance, greatness and despair. Do not miss out on the strong tales of destiny and unique cultural heritage. The palace gardens are green cultural experiences where you can breathe freely. They are open to the public who can walk around amazing landscape designs. An inspiration to all garden enthusiasts.

Museums in North Sealand

Our museums are the gateway to the history of North Sealand. Learn more about the North Sealand of royalty, monks, polar exploration, artists and maritime endeavours.

The Royal North Sealand

In North Sealand, we have three of Northern Europe’s most beautiful castles. This is where the kings demonstrated their power and wealth and showed everyone that Denmark was one of the most influential countries in the world. This is why we call it ROYAL NORTH SEALAND.

Cultural experiences out of the ordinary

The region of North Sealand boasts an art and cultural scene that is both rich and captivating. Experience iconic and internationally-acclaimed architecture, or visit one of the world’s leading art museums and its collection of famous art. The region is also the home of three royal cas...

Food & drink

Photo: Anne Vibeke Rejser

Pilgrimage and walking routes

Photo: Sarah Green