Lifeguards along the Danish Riviera
In North Sealand, you can swim safely on the beaches. Elite trained coast lifeguards are ready to help if needed. Find out where you can meet the lifeguards and swim safely.
24 beaches with lifeguards in North Sealand
Are you heading to the beach to bathe? The entire coast of North Sealand is filled with lovely sandy beaches from Helsingør in the east to Hundested in the west. But there is a sense of security in knowing that a lifeguard is watching.
In North Sealand, there are as many as 24 beaches with lifeguards. Both on the large, popular beaches and on the small, intimate ones. So there is plenty to choose from - even if you want to bathe safely.
Elite trained lifeguards
When you meet a lifeguard from the North Sea Coast Life Rescue Service (DNK), the lifeguard has an elite education. This means that the lifeguard is trained in making rescue operations on the coast.
The North Sealand Coastal Lifeguard Service's in-depth knowledge of the beaches and local conditions helps the lifeguards to ensure the safety of bathers.
Have you talked to your lifeguard today?
You can also do a lot to look after yourself and others so that a life-saving action is not needed. It is important for the lifeguard's preventative work to have good contact with the beach guests. Therefore, talk to your lifeguard - hear about the local conditions, bathing quality and weather etc.
When is the lifeguard on the beach?
The lifeguards are on the beaches during the school summer holidays and on most weekends during the summer months. If you want to be absolutely sure that there is a lifeguard on the beach, check out the North Sea Coast Life Rescue Service.
What beaches are lifeguards on?
There are lifeguards on 24 beaches in North Sealand, eg. Liseleje Strand, Hornbæk Strand and Nivå Strand.
You can help the lifeguards by following these tips:
Learn to swim so you can save yourself
Don't go alone in the water - watch out for each other
Get acquainted with wind and water before bathing
Get to know the beach - ask your lifeguard
Keep an eye on the kids