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Denmark is one of the most popular holiday regions in the north. The tranquility and the Nordic flair invite thousands of tourists to the Danish islands every year. Danish islands are worth the trip. Here are the most important regions for your Denmark vacation or your crossword puzzle question.
The largest Danish islands
- Largest island: Zealand with 27,031 km2
- Second largest island: Vendsyssel-Thy with 4,685 km2
- Third largest island: Funen with 2,984 km2
- Fourth largest island: Lolland with 1,242 km2
- Fifth largest island: Bornholm with 588 km2
- Sixth largest island: Falster with 513 km2
- Seventh largest island: Mors with 363 km2
- The eighth largest island of Als with 312 km2
- Ninth largest island: Langelan with 283 km2
- Tenth largest island: Mön with 218 km2
Heard with 2 million inhabitants Zealand to the largest and most popular island in the country. Also belong to it Funen and Jutland . The culture and economy are formed here by Zealand. Zealand and Funen are connected by bridges and tunnels, which are also worth seeing for tourists and visitors.
The easternmost island of Denmark is Bornholm . This is only about 40 km away from Sweden and is therefore suitable for relaxing day trips there. Bornholm has beautiful forest areas with beech and sessile oak forests. Bornholm is also recommended for hiking and cycling.
For the sailing and water sports enthusiasts, the Danish island of the South Pacific and also the smaller islands Lolland, Falster , Langeland and Alsen known. But bathers also come here very much.
Langeland is known for the Open Air Festival in summer, which Danish families like to visit.
The Danish North Sea Islands
Denmark, the small Nordic country just off the coast of Germany, has a lot of beautiful nature to offer for nature lovers. One of the most beautiful nature areas in Denmark, in my opinion, are the Danish North Sea Islands.
It’s easy to get lost in the Danish countryside, but it’s my favorite thing to do. One of my favorite places in all of Denmark are the Danish North Sea islands. These islands are very close to the coast and therefore easy to reach. The islands are an important part of Danish culture, which can be seen in the number of towns. These cities are not tourist cities, but living cities with their own population and industry.
But the Danish North Sea also has a lot to offer in terms of islands.
The Danish islands are popularly known as the Wadden Sea Islands. These are also located in the picturesque Danish Wadden Sea, near the coast of Jutland . The dune landscape is very popular with nature lovers. But also the wide, fine sandy beaches and the beautiful landscape attract many holidaymakers to relax here.
Among the largest and most beautiful North Sea islands of Denmark are Fanø and Rømø. The islands attract a lot of tourists in the summer, who create an exuberant atmosphere.
The charming island of Fanø is located about 12 km west of Esbjerg and can be reached by ferry. It is very popular with holidaymakers and offers a wide range of accommodation. Various sights and events provide variety for the guests. In mid-June, a large international hang gliding meeting is held here, promising unique experiences on the crystal clear waters.
The largest and southernmost North Sea island is the picturesque island of Rømø, which is connected to the mainland by a navigable causeway. Long, extensive sandy beaches and dune landscapes make the island an attraction for tourists.
The island of Mandø, which lies between Fanø and Rømø, actually has a very small population. It is a quiet vacation destination where guests can choose from a variety of accommodations, including vacation rentals, cottages and campsites.
However, the island of Møn is not in the North Sea, but in the Baltic Sea and is best known for its chalk cliffs. Nature lovers and families with children particularly enjoy vacationing here. There are a variety of accommodations, from campgrounds to castle hotels. Small restaurants and some shopping facilities invite you to stroll around, while the island is otherwise known for peace and quiet.
South of Zealand on the Danish Baltic Sea is the Falster Island . This is very easy to reach from Rostock by ferry. Falster is one of the largest islands in Denmark. Due to the very flat sandy beach, families with children in particular can swim here. The whole family looks forward to it when the swimwear can be unpacked. Starting with the bathing shoes up to the bathing cap.
That climate the Danish islands is mixed. The summers are moderately warm and the winters are quite mild. In summer, however, the temperatures reach values of over 20 degrees. The island of Falster has the warmest temperatures compared to all other islands. Furthermore, Falster has large forest areas, which are ideal for long hikes.
With the large selection of Danish islands everyone will find the right one for themselves. However, our insider tip is Anholt .
Map of Danish Islands
On this Denmark you can see the Danish island in its location in the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
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FAQ about Denmark
Denmark is a country on the northwestern edge of Europe. It is the southernmost of the Nordic countries and one of the most sparsely populated countries in Europe, with a population of 5.6 million. The most important cities in Denmark are Copenhagen and Aarhus.
The name is said to mean “Dan’s sign” and refers to the small Danish peninsula of Jutland, which juts into the Skagerrak. The larger peninsula of Zealand is connected to Jutland by a ferry line. The larger peninsula of Jutland is connected to southern Norway by a ferry line. Denmark is part of the European continent and borders the Baltic Sea and the North Sea.
The term Danish islands refers to the islands of Denmark, not to its island territory outside Denmark.
Denmark is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe. It consists of the Jutland Peninsula and 443 islands in the Baltic and North Seas, as well as 8,300 islands of the Greater and Lesser Belts of Central Denmark and South Zealand and 12,500 islands of the Faroe Islands.
Denmark’s largest island is Zealand.
This is mainly Lolland, Falster and Moen, but also Bornholm with cutbacks. (Already closer to Sweden)
South of Funen are Aeroe and Langeland
Called Fyn or Funen.