Offering lovely experiences all year round. On the long stretch of coast, there are wide, white, sandy beaches with wonderful swimming opportunities, you will find them at Hornbæk, Dronningmølle, and Tisvilde. Elsewhere you can enjoy the breath-taking view over Kattegat from high cliffs, at Gilbjerghoved for instance and Heatherhill, the heathered hills. By Hundested the sometimes rough Kattegat joins the gentler Isefjord and Roskilde Fjord. Bicycle route 47 follows the whole north coast.
The two largest lakes in Denmark, Arresø and Esrum Sø, are here in North Sealand. Here you can go canoeing or paddle a kayak, go fishing, and enjoy the rich birdlife. Go for an hour’s sailing trip on the charming ferry M/S Frederikke on Arresø, a lovely nature experience for the whole family.
Gribskov is Denmark’s second largest forest, with outstanding scenery with lakes, bogs, meadows, and hilly grazing land.
Royal North Sealand is full of fantastic bicycling experiences - and it is as easy as just jumping on your bike and pedalling away into the serene sunset
North Sealand has in large part been owned by the crown and has primarily been used by the kings for hunting and grazing of the royal family horses. Now they are open for you to explore.
The Par Force Hunting Landscape is modeled after Versailles and is today a unique European landscape design and UNESCO World Heritage Landscape.
Two of Denmarks largest lakes and a plethora of smaller lakes make up North Sealand. Go fishing, canoeing, sailing or just relax as you enjoy the view.
Whether you want beautiful stones on the beach, sand or dunes or perhaps a mix of everything, you can find what you are looking for in North Sealand.
Bronze age mounds, plantations, lakes or quarries - Be inspired to visit several nature sites in North Sealand.
Explore gardens and parks that contain world-class art, and unique and magical parks that will invigorate all of your senses