On this tour, you’ll explore some of the area’s must-see historical sights. From the port, you’ll be taken up the coast to Hirtshal's Bunker Museum. During World War Two, the shelter was used as a medical station along Germany’s Atlantic Wall defences. Today, you can get a glimpse of what went on in the bunker, thanks to the displays of old weapons, uniforms, maps and radios. From here, you’ll head to Lonstrop, a small fishing town. When you arrive, you’ll have free time to do what you want. Look around the family-run shops for traditionally made glass souvenirs, then sit down for a seafood lunch in one of the waterfront restaurants. Afterwards, you’ll set off to your last stop, Boerglum Abbey. It started off as a farm built for the Danish royal family 1,000 years ago, but since then it’s grown to be one of the biggest cathedrals in the area. You’ll have plenty of time to walk around the gardens, and take photos of the black-and-white chapel inside, before heading back to port.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.