Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse Overview
Located just off the coast of the North Sea, the Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse rises atop the sand dunes on the coast of Jutland. Initially built in the year 1900, the original establishment soon got buried under moving dunes, and had to be constructed again.

The Lighthouse serves as a popular viewpoint in the Jutland area- tourists may scale the steep steps of the building to reach a summit that commands an excellent view of the surrounding scenery. The view from the Lighthouse is especially resplendent during the winter months, when the Northern Lights can be spotted dancing across the horizon.

Location: Fyrvej 110, 9480 Løkken, Denmark.

Best time to visit: During the winter months between November and March, when the Northern Lights are visible.

Highlights: View point, sand dunes.
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