Time out from agency life in Berlin in Denmark

Hey guys, after taking last weekend off from my stressful work in Berlin, I decided to take a trip to the beautiful North Sea coast in Denmark. I rented a nice little cottage up by Skagen that was perfect for one person and I could unload my stuff there right away.

When I entered my small vacation home right on the North Sea coast in Denmark, my expectations were already high – and I was not disappointed! The interior was totally stylish and modern, yet comfortable and cozy. The white wooden furniture blended perfectly with the whitewashed walls, making it look fresh and playful. The fireplace in the living room was the ultimate eye-catcher and created the perfect setting for the perfect hipster trip.

My first day in Denmark was incredibly beautiful. I went for a walk by the sea, watched the waves and took some great photos. I love to enjoy the fresh sea air and hear the waves crashing on the beach. With my feet embedded in the sand and a cool drink in my hand, I let my thoughts run free. This place was exactly what I had been looking for. My soul felt fulfilled and happy.

As I was walking along the beach, I found a dead crab! That was so cool and sad at the same time. I’ll definitely post the souvenir photo on my Insta Story, but it’s also bittersweet that such a little guy has seen so much of nature and the power of the North Sea.

And what better way to start such a magical and fascinating time than with a nightly bath? I came up with a plan: After dark, I was going to take a dip in the local outdoor pool and admire the stars above me. I was totally flashed as I swam in the water in the moonlight. I was here alone at the time. It was an incredible and unforgettable experience! In the next few days I wanted to repeat this in the sea.

I also explored some small fishing villages nearby, and although most of the buildings were very new, they were still beautiful.

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In the evening I ate in one of the charming restaurants and drank the local coffees. In Berlin, they are honestly better. However, the wine was then later quite tasty. It was so incredibly cool! There was everything from fish dishes to meat and exotic options. The service was incredible, and the ocean view made me not want to leave all day. I would even say that it was the best restaurant I have ever visited!

The North Sea is the absolute dream! As a Berliner, you’re used to weather that doesn’t behave according to your wishes, but here on the coast, the temperate climate totally thrilled me. Instead of chilling at my favorite cafe in Berlin, I prefer to spend my time outside in the sun – that’s really an upgrade you don’t get to experience every day!

The next day I went to the beach and rode a surfboard for a bit, which was super fun. After that, I explored a few historical sights, such as the old castle ruins. The view was incredible!

In the evening I went to a small cafe, took some photos and met some locals.

The third day was again very relaxing. I took a few longer walks and discovered a few more fishing villages. It was wonderful to breathe the sea air and enjoy the view of the sea. In the evening I took a few photos on the beach before going back to my cottage. The sunset around 21:30 was already cool and much later than in Berlin.

My last day in Denmark. It was a beautiful day and I spent the whole day walking along the coast one last time and enjoying the view. Unfortunately, it was a bit too stormy for swimming.

In the evening I rewarded myself with the sauna. Sauna in the cottage in Denmark was really relaxing! The ‘hyggelige’ ambience and the view of the sea make it so worthwhile. I had a great day in my personal wellness paradise. It’s hard to believe that I was able to experience all of this on my own. A trip can only be that nice if you can really concentrate on yourself. A must for all hipster girls who like to enjoy a day to themselves.

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In the end, however, I had to make my way back to Berlin. It was an incredible trip and I hope to come back to Denmark soon to see and experience more.

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