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You have to take the sand home from the beach?

You are allowed to collect sand, seaweed and stones on the beach, as long as it is only in small quantities. It is not allowed to take anything with the from the sand dunes.

On the private beaches applies, in principle, the private property in relation to the thing that is located on the beach. Therefore, you should on private beaches to ask the owner before you take anything.

you Will collect the amber is the current practice, that the amber belongs to the finder.

There is no precise indication of how much you are allowed to take home. But as a general rule you could even carry it in a carrier bag or similar and not having the use of aids such as a wheelbarrow to move things from the beach.

How much do you collect in the forest?

Will you remove the materials from the beach to a greater extent, you must - in addition to ask the owner for permission - contact the municipality, the Dca, or the nature agency's local unit.

It may be necessary to seek permission under the rules in Naturbeskyttelsesloven and/or mineral resources act. More beaches will be example, tried improved by adding extra sand and therefore require special protection.

The 'highest daily vandstandslinje' ie. there, where the water goes to at high tide, marks an important limit.

From the and out to the sea, are you on the 'territorial sea', which is owned by the state. On the other side of the line belongs to the reason the who owns the land within the shore.

Private beaches will often be marked with a sign, where, for example, there is a private area. You may like to move on a private beach, but not too close to settlements.

Allowed homeowners to block their beach of?

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