The Fur Island Overview
Located on the northern tip of the Salling Peninsula, Fur Island is regarded as one of the most beautiful places to visit in Denmark. With its landscapes matted with moler and volcanic ash, the stunning island has made its place into UNESCO’s list of Heritage Sites. The little island is home to the Fur Museum, with exhibits detailing the evolution of the town. A number of scenic beaches littered with fossils line the coast as well.

Location: Limfjord, Salling Peninsula.

Best time to visit: During the warm summer months between June and August, when the temperature remains warm and pleasant enough to enjoy beachside activities.

Highlights: Fossil exploration, beaches, museum.
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