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103 campsites in Denmark

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Hjarbaek Fjord Camping is a costal campsite with pitches arranged across terraces. Facilities include a centrally located services building with 2 outdoor kitchens, bathrooms and...

Nysted Strand is located in a Natural 2000 hectare area on Lolland Falster, and is an obvious starting point for experiencing the surrounding area on...

This region of Jutland is deservedly well known for the splendid white beaches that shelve gradually down into the sea. Odder Camping is just 10...

Found between Møn and Køge, Lægårdens Camping has around 50 touring pitches and a recently updated services building. Pitches are clearly marked and many are...

This woodland campsite is located close to the charming market town of Ringkøbing and its fjord. The woodland nature of the site means most of...

Riis Feriepark is a good quality touring site ideal for visiting Legoland and Lalandia Billund (18 km), and Givskov Zoo (3 km). It is a...

Løgballe Camping has undergone a continued programme of developments, which has created an open campsite with spacious pitches separated with low planting. The small shop...

Grindsted Aktiv Camping is located very centrally in Jutland, only 12 km away from the famous holiday destination "Legoland Park".The campsite is located in the...

Located between the Silkeborg lakes, Bryrup Camping has around 230 touring pitches arranged across three terraces, though many of these are given over to seasonal...

Nymindegab Familie Camping can be found close to the Danish coast. This family-friendly campsite has an excellent outdoor heated swimming facility featuring a 22m high...

This is a traditional type of site where the owners are making a conscious effort to keep mainly to touring units – there are only...

Faaborg Camping is a terraced campsite with around 100 open touring pitches. Activities for children include Go-Kart hire, a playground with bouncy castle and mini-golf...

Vesterlyng is a pleasant, quiet site close to Føllenslev and Havnsø on Sjælland. The ground slopes towards the sea and there are views from some...

Camping Solbakken is a seven-hectare naturist campsite bordering Isefjorden in Zealand, some 50 km. west of Copenhagen. A former apple orchard, it is divided into...

Denmark

The gateway to Scandinavia, Denmark is known as the country of fine dining, Lego and Hans Christian Andersen.  Its upbeat capital, Copenhagen was once a Viking fishing village and is now the cultural and economical centre of the country, a hub of activity with busy cafés, fascinating museums and a thriving live music scene.

Camping in Denmark offers the best of Danish culture; there’s Funen with its pastoral feel, Zealand with its historic castles and manors and Jutland with its moors and fjords, not to mention the wild, windswept Faroe Islands.

Funen is the smaller of the two main islands and location of Odense, Hans Christian Andersen’s birthplace. It is in the island’s picturesque scenery that the author found inspiration for many of his fairytales, and a local museum invites visitors to celebrate his work. Continuing on the theme of great fiction, Denmark’s largest island, Zealand, is the setting of Kronborg Castle, a 16th century fortress and home to Prince Hamlet.

The Jutland coastline is shaped by the ferocious North Sea and offers a spectacular natural environment with bays, heathland and forests that are home to a variety of birdlife. If you’re camping in Denmark for a real back-to-nature experience, this is the island to do it.

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