At the tip of Denmark
There are many exciting beauty spots to visit when you are on holiday in Hirtshals. Beauty spots that tell of our past and offer magnificent views. Its a perfect offer of trips into nature in the Hirtshals area.
Hirtshals Klint is a popular spot and a coastal location South West of Hirtshals - filled with clues from the past. The cliff is 250 meters long and up to 10 meters high.
What might otherwise look like a plain beach with big stones is in fact a huge collection of Yoldials (marine deposits formed at the end of the Ice Age after the melting of the icecaps) and stones from, in particular, Norway, which has come here through icebergs sailing in from the Weichsel Ice Age.
Hirtshals Klint has great research value, as the cliff is the only site where larger profiles of older Yoldials can be studied.
Embark on this beautiful museum ship and see Hirtshals Harbor from the sea side. The guide tells about the harbor and its development through the years. A fun and exciting trip for children and adults. HG 159 Johs. Hejlesen is located on the South West coast below The Stairs.
Northern Europe's largest aquarium! Experience the giant oceans with 4.5 million liters of water. Explore the shoals of marine animals from the gorgeous catfish over the playful seals to the good-looking lumpfish. Follow our diver into the deepth, when he feeds the lumpfish, sharks and all the other fish in the oceanarium every day. Bring your family and go on an expedition to the seven destinations - by water, by country and down to the bottom of the North Sea. Activities all day - for the entire family.