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Nysted Strand Camping is set on the southern edge of Lolland island and prides itself on its natural, unspoilt surroundings. It is a restful, serene...

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...

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...

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...

Vejlby Fed Camping is an attractive and well cared for site, close to the beach. It is also close to Middelfart and not far from...

In recent years the campsite has been completely redeveloped. There are around 250 touring pitches, with five grades of pitch available. Even the most basic...

Helnæs Camping is on the remote Helnæs peninsula to the southeast of Fyn, connected to the mainland by a small road. The site is adjacent...

Sinebjerg Camping is a friendly site with a peaceful, relaxed atmosphere. The pitches are on sloping terrain with a beautiful view of the Island of...

Hillerød is a well-maintained, neat campsite in a residential neighbourhood. Shops, cafés, and restaurants are within walking distance, not to mention the 17th-century Frederiksborg Castle...

On the northern outskirts of Copenhagen, this unique site is within the walls of an old fort, which still retains its main armament of twelve...

This interesting, spacious site with ecological principles is located on the Baltic coast. It has a fine, white, sandy beach (Blue Flag) which runs the...

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...

This site was named after the founder of Copenhagen, Bishop Absalon who, after the Viking Age, defeated the Wends on Rügen and beheaded the false...

Although within the confines of the city, this site is hidden away amongst mature trees and is therefore fairly quiet and an ideal base from...

Islands

Known as the Garden of Denmark, Fyn has some of Denmark’s most picturesque and historic castles and manor houses and Odense is famous as the birthplace of the great fairytale writer Hans Christian Andersen. Sjælland is the largest and most important island of Denmark with coasts indented by bays and fjords. The main city is Copenhagen, the Danish capital.