Rømø has the largest beach in the north, which is 12 km long and 3 km wide in the widest place.
Every year, approx. 2 million guests beach on Romo
About 850 permanent inhabitants of the island have an area of 129 km²
Rømø is an island off the coast of southwest Jutland, which is connected to the mainland via a 9.2km long dam.
The 128.86 km² large island has 559 inhabitants. The island is located approx. 10 km out in the North Sea,
The island is perfectly suited to the many millions of tourists who each year travel across the dam to visit the beautiful landscape that Rømø offers.
As the largest bathing beach in the whole of the north, one can only be impressed by the landscape that is found on the up 3km wide and 11km long beach. Lakolk beach, which is the most popular beach on Romo, has really good bathing water. It is possible to take the car to the water's edge.
All over Lakolk Beach there are of course lifeguards to look after all the guests.
On Rømø you will find a wide range of accommodation options, such as. Cottages, B & Bs, motorhomes and campsites and luxurious holiday centers.
The southernmost beach of Sønderstrand, is the place where wind sports and surfing take place. Here you can rent block charts, surf equipment and much more.
The nature on Romo is very varied. To the west you will find large sandy beaches and dunes, to the east you will find the Wadden Sea where, among other things, you can find oysters and in the middle you will find lush nature which is experienced only on the west coast.
At Lakolk beach you can take your car all the way to the water and park for a swim. Lakolk beach is the most visited beach on Romo.
Sønderstrand is the widest beach and offers many activities such as Kitebuggy, Blokart, kite surfing and Horseback Riding.
From the port city on Rømø you can take the ferry to Sylt, which is the unique way you can take your car to Sylt.
The National Museum's Commander's Farm is one of Rømø's rich old family farms - fully furnished in both housing and longer.
Lakolk shopping mall is an experience in itself, The whole environment is full of fun and holiday.
Rømø Church was originally built in the 13th century, but was greatly expanded in the 1600s to the 1700s as prosperity on the island grew.
The beach at Romo is not a regular beach, it is so big that the beach is up to 3km wide. It also means that when there is low tide, you can go very far into the water before you can bottom anymore
Lakolk shopping mall is an experience in itself, The whole environment is full of fun and holiday, you quickly feel that all employees are keen to give the guests at Lakolk a good experience
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.
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