This tour’s a good introduction to Skagen and its surrounding sandy scenery. Your first stop’s at the tip of the Grenen Peninsula – Denmark’s most northern point. When you arrive, you’ll hop on a giant trailer pulled by a tracker for a panoramic drive along the sand. The North and Kattegat seas meet here, too, so you’ll be able to pose for a selfie with a foot dipped in each. Next, you’ll head in to town for a visit to Skagen Museum. This art centre’s got over 1,800 pieces in its collection, and you’ll learn about the Skagen Painters – a famous group of artists that travelled to the town in the 1870s. When you’re done here, it’s on to The Buried Church. In its heyday, this 14th-century, whitewashed building stood 22-metres tall. Ever since it was abandoned in 1795, four metres of sand have buried most of it.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.