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The little village of Møgeltønder in Southern Jutland is probably the best known village in Denmark. This is not just because of the beautiful street, the Slotsgade, the idyllic old houses and the cosy shops, but definitely also because of the former relation to the Danish royal family at the Schackenborg Castle. So many people visit Møgeltønder, and for a good reason, every summer, where they enjoy the charm of the town and a piece of Southern Jutland custard pie. If you rent a holiday home in Møgeltønder you could also shop at the border, take a trip to the Wadden Sea or visit the neighbor city of Tønder.



If you rent a holiday home in Møgeltønder and want to go to the beach, take the road towards Højer, a bit north of which you find the beach Emmerlev Klev. This is a child-friendly beach with a sandy seabed and shallow water. You could also go to Rømø, where you find the widest beach in Northern Europe, with room for bathing guests, surfers and blokart sailors.


Nature at the western coast of Southern Jutland is unique, and the Wadden Sea and the stretch of coast from the German border in south and all the way to Blåvandhuk is now known as the National Park of the Wadden Sea. Nature is varying and tough with dunes, marshland and salt meadows. The nutrient-rich Wadden Sea ensures a rich animal life and flora. The region is a true paradise to bird watchers and nature lovers. You can see the fascinating phenomenon, Starling Magic, when huge flocks of starlings gather in spring and in the autumn in the marshland of Southern Jutland.


The region of Møgeltønder is attractive to anglers because of good fishing grounds at Videåen, Bredeå, the Wadden Sea and Put & Take lakes. Bike riders can go on exciting trips such as ''the royal marshland route'', which is a cycle ride of 41 km passing the marshland and the border region. If you really want to get the heart rate up, let your hair hang down at the nature fitness area in the castle park of Møgeltønder.


Møgeltønder is worth visiting; a small, charming town with old houses, cobble stoned streets, the beautiful Schackenborg Castle, the Castle Park and the castle church dating back to the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Visit the Trøjborg Slotsruin at Visby and see the fascinating ruins of the majestic castle, which once belonged to Queen Margrethe I. You can visit the castle ruins (11 km) for free.  Visit the city of Højer and see the dykes that separate the Wadden Sea from the marshland. You can learn about life in the marshland through times at the Mills and Marshland Museum situation in the Højer Mill, the biggest tower mill in Denmark (11 km).  Cross the Danish/German border and visit the Nolde Museum in Neukirchen (13 km). In the oldest market town of Denmark, Tønder, you find cafés, eateries and shops in the evocative, cobble stones streets and the Tønder Museum and the Tønder Museum of Art (8 km).

Excursion spots

Visit the lovely isle of Rømø in the Wadden Sea and enjoy the wide sandy beach, explore the two cosy cites of Havneby and Lalolk, where you find cafés, eateries and shops. You go to Rømø via a 9.2 km long dyke (47 km). Hjemsted Oldtidspark is a village from the Iron Age with active workshops presenting the craftsmanship of the past. The museum presents exhibitions about the antiquity and archeologic findings on the site (31 km). It is worth the ride to visit the amusement park LEGOLAND, where the entire family can have a lovely day and try out the various activities and be impressed by all the wonderful figures made of Lego bricks (112 km).



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