Located within the Thy National Park, Agger Strand is a stand out natural beautiy among Danish beaches. A seemingly endless stretch of wind-blown soft white sand this stretch of the Danish west coast is both wild and stunning.
The area has a long tradition of fishing, and remains home to a small, but active, fishing community. In the village, just behind the beach, are a number of traditional fisherman’s cottages which have been preserved and are open to visitors.
Grassy dunes dot the landscape nearby, and offer all manner of different berries ripe for the picking. There are also many watering holes where an array of birds gather. Also nearby is a lovely countryside area that has a large deer population.
During the winter months the North Sea coast here is thrashed by regular storms and raging seas. But this is a spectacular time of year to visit and there is something especially mesmerizing and majestic about watching the mighty white waves crash against the light beige sand. Come early and stay late to watch the tide come in and out and work its magic upon the soft white shoreline.
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