9 reasons to go on vacation on the West Coast right now
The beach on Rømø is divided into 3. Sønderstrand to the south, Lakolk in the middle and the northern beach. Lakolk is ideal to visit as you can go for a walk in the dunes or on the water's edge.
One thing to try is to be in the Wadden Sea when the tide changes. There is something magical about being able to feel the water pull in over your feet, and witness as the water level rises as it does, every single day.
Right now, there are many birds returning from their southern abode. Watch the birds throughout the national park
Opening times during Covid-19
What can you experience, where can you eat or where can you shop on Romo?
Nature is always beautiful - Take a picture
This unique situation that we face due to covid-19, invites us all outside and enjoy nature.
The marsh has been created by the Wadden Sea through the ages, which is why you will find an incredibly lush area with lots of beautiful scenery and wildlife.
The largest beach in the north lies in the middle of the Wadden Sea and is located on Rømø. The beach occupies about half the area of the island. Every year, millions of guests flock to the beach to enjoy the water and the sandy beach.
There are still experiences awaiting you
Though Covid-19 still a dull cloud over Denmark, it still means you can enjoy your holiday in South West Jutland. In fact, there is one cottage or holiday home the perfect place to enjoy the quiet days with the family.
Romo and Tønder are still working, though all the precautions are taken into account. The places of residence have taken important steps in relation to distance and hygiene.
On Romo you can travel around outdoors without any worry, as there is plenty of land and air for everyone. One could, for example. Take a stroll on the huge beach, Lakolk Beach, which is also the largest sandy beach in the north.
Take-away is just the order
Almost all restaurants have more or less developed a take-away menu, so you do not have to worry about filled supermarkets, although it is a very rare occurrence on these edges of Denmark.