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Old-fashioned landligger-life in a beautiful scenery

Summer is coming soon and because of coronakrisen do many ditch the foreign holiday dreams and find on a long vacation within the country's borders for the whole family.

luckily, It is something you can both cheaply and easily in the Danish summerland.

In the north sjælland town of Tisvildeleje, you will find the cottages, restaurants, fine beaches and a lot of history.

At the beach there is a small café where you can buy ice cream and sandwiches. In the parking lot right by the beach are annually held festival Music in the Bearing, where the little fishing village being transformed into a three-day friendly and festive city centre. This year's festival, however, canceled. Photo: Laura Otto

the old fishing village, which is 45 minutes drive from Copenhagen and about three hours from Aarhus. The old fishing village has evolved into a cottage - and holiday-paradise with many locals. The beautiful natural light has also attracted many artists, and therefore there are many galleries and furnaces in the area.

in addition to the cozy main street with everything from small shops with clothing, interiors and antique things, there are also a lot of cafes and restaurants, a supermarket and a bakery - the baker's kokostoppe is highly recommended.

the Area also saves on the numerous small farm shops.

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a little sad weather, so offers the Historic also in a cinema a little further up the Main street, where there is an opportunity also to eat, as the restaurant Tisvilde Bistro is located right next to it.

It is both possible to go for walks around the rest of the, but many prefer to ride a bike. If you have not brought your own bike, you can Servicehjørnet on the Main street rent a. It is also possible to take a ride on horseback on icelandic horses, if you are committed, at Fogedgården.

At the Historic inn you will be served good food in nice rooms. Inside, in the old half, there are two floors, where you can get served your own dishes, but also ‘family style’. Photo: Laura Otto

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the type, there is ample opportunity for a trip in the sea.

Throughout the summer offers Yoga al Fresco morgenyoga on the beach. It is without signing up, so it is just to jump in træningstøjet and show up. Every Sunday there are even arranged for the fresh for 50 dollars at gusmester Birger.

Tisvilde is located directly next to the sea and with a beautiful forest and nature in the backyard.

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Discover the forest in several ways

You can be with on a trip, just the level you are on. If you are a beginner, you can start to run a little slower, and when you have control of the bike and the track, you can enter a little more into the pedals. It is a good idea to pack a backpack and bring along a snack or a bottle of water when you go out in the woods on a mountain bike. Photo: Laura Otto

Although the beach in Tisvildeleje is wonderful, the city is also known for the Historic Fences, which is the forest, which is located along the coast. Inside the forest there are both many sights, but also the opportunity to get the pulse up, either on horseback or on mountain bike.

has the Historic sporlaug established Zealand's longest MTB-trail, which is nothing less than 28 km. Sporret is adapted to the landscape, so you get both through the gravel paths and dense forest.

It is important to have the helmet and the equipment in order, like you should use a mountain bike, which you can rent one at Sponz MTB Centre, if you do not have one.

the starry sky, can the small Wieth-Knudsen Observatory be worth a visit. It is well hidden in the Fence and has only a few operating days. The location away from the city, there is less noise in the form of light from the houses and the street, which can annoy when you want to look at the stars.

Tisvilde Fence you will encounter quite a few sights. From the Historic to the Asserbo is the forest namely filled with old finds. Asserbo Slotruin, which was founded in the 1100s as a monastery, but later was purchased by the king in 1560.

at the time The great castle fell after a fire and a violent sand. The sand drifts also meant that the residents of the old village of Torup, located in a irgrøn glade, was forced to flee.

today you can see one of the farms, which have been excavated. Also troldeskoven, oldtidsvejen, many mounds and Tibirke Church is worth to stop by when you are in the area.

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A quick trip to Scotland

By Heatherhills can go for a walk, where it is most of all similar to that one located in the scottish highlands, but you are quickly taken back to the Danish. Photo: Laura Otto

Small ten minutes by car from the Historic city centre is Heatherhills.

It is a beautiful natural area with grass and heather, which is shaped by the latest ice age. It is a great place to go for a walk, and the area is very reminiscent of the nature you find in the scottish highlands – and søreme whether or not there is a flock of sheep, which graze in the area.

by the 15-20 meter high cliffs. In addition to the beautiful scenery, you won't find many places in Denmark, there is a children's playground and a small café, Heather Hills, a beach bar, if you need to quench your thirst.

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the Legend of Helene


Helene is a name that recurs through the whole Historic. You can visit the Helenekilde and Helene's Grave.

According to legend, was Helene, a woman from Scania, which was killed by the robbers. The corpse was thrown in the water in Sweden. A big like, which still lies in the water out from Tisvildeleje coast, popped up out of the sea, where helene's body lay on the and drives in the country, in the fishing village.

Her body was too heavy to carry over the cliff, so that where you put her, radiated a source.

sick people from near and far to come to the small fishing village, for it is said that the water in the source can cure diseases, according to the legend. A tomb was erected further into the city as a memorial of the deceased woman.

Arranged can be booked on www.gusmester.dk.

Ride on a horse, 500 dollars for two hours: www.fogedgaarden.dk.

Sponz MTB Center: www.sponzmtbcenter.dk. 300 crowns for three hours.

Servicehjørnet: Main street 54, Tisvildeleje.

Yoga al Fresco: the drying ground, Tisvildeleje.

a glass-blowing factory LaMa: Holløselund, Strandvej 51, Vejby.

the farm shop The farm: Bækkebrovej 15, Tisvildeleje.

Helene's Grave: Saint Helena road 49.

View and picnic: Kaprifolievej

Bread and Wine: Main street 60, Tisvilde.

Tisvilde Bio Bistro: Main street 38, Tisvildeleje.

the Historic Inn: Main street, 55, Tisvildeleje.

Heather Hills beach bar: Open fri-sun 12-18 on the Rågelejevej.

Kødsnedkeren: Farvergårdsvej 14, Vejby.

fresh fish: Holløselund ltd 44, Vejby.

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