Thy National Park Overview
Defined by heaths, meadows and dunes, Thy National Park seeks to preserve the natural landscapes of northern Denmark and is regarded as one of the most visually stunning places to see in Denmark.

Priding in its status as Denmark’s oldest National Park, the landscape at Thy has been shaped by centuries of sand migration, making it one of the most popular tourist places in Denmark. The northern half of the Park is occupied by the Hanstholm Wildlife Reserve, home to a number of heath bogs, dunes and wild birds, while the eastern end is flanked by the Lodbjerg Lighthouse.

The beaches of Lyngby and Agger are some of the other popular attractions here. The National Park can be explored on foot or wheels, although hiking is a pretty popular activity here. The various lakes here are ideal for fishing trips as well.

Location: Kirkevej 9, 7760 Hurup Thy, Denmark.

Best time to visit: During the drier months between April and August, when there is very little chance of rain hampering outdoor tours.

Highlights: Camping, fishing trips, beaches, hiking trails.
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