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Here, the ocean is hidden behind the large dunes where you can find shelter in one of the hollows. A part of the beach is for nudists while the other part is for everyone else. The access to the beach is covered by wood chips, making it easier for families with children or walking-impaired to cross the dunes. You are not allowed to drive on the beach but there is free parking close to the beach. Do remember to enjoy your walk to the beach which gives you a beautiful sight of the open spaces and good sandy beach.
The area surrounding Houstrup Strand has an interesting and varied wildlife. The nearby Blåbjerg Plantation is a lovely natural area we can only recommend you explore. You can go for walks or bike rides in the plantation and experience Denmark's largest dune that rises 64 M.A.S.L. There are Put and Take fishing lakes, pay and play golf courses and horseback riding in the area and finally you will find the region's largest water park at Houstrup Strand.
Houstrup Strand is also a good starting point for a number of trips, approx. 15 km from Houstrup Strand you can visit Bork which during the summer has a lifelike Viking village with Viking ships sailing Ringkøbing Fjord or you can take the children to the indoor play centre also located in Bork. Some of the largest attractions of the area, e.g. Legoland or Givskud Zoo, are located approx. 1 hours drive from Houstrup Strand.
We have collected some of the most frequent questions from our guests.
There are 40+ DanCenter houses in the Houstrup Strand area in Denmark.
Koldinghus Castle, Givskud Zoo, and Viborg Cathedral are some places that you must visit in the Houstrup Strand area.
Some of the must-try activities in the Houstrup Strand area are : Exploring the local fauna Taking a bike ride along the shore Visiting museums Taking a walk on the beach
Travellers from the UK can reach Copenhagen by air, rail, ferry or motor vehicles. From there, travellers can fly to Billund, and continue on to Houstrup Strand via rail and road.
Travellers from Germany can reach Copenhagen by air, rail, ferry or motor vehicles. From there, travellers can fly to Billund, and continue on to Houstrup Strand via rail and road.
Travellers from Denmark can fly to Billund, and continue on to Houstrup Strand via rail and road.
Some of the recommended dishes in Houstrup Strand are Flæskesteg (roasted pork), Brændende kærlighed (bacon and mashed potatoes), Medisterpølse (sausages with mashed potatoes), Smørrebrød (open faced sandwich), and Frikadeller (meat balls).
The best time to visit the Houstrup Strand area is between the summer months of May and September.