From Frederikshavn the lovely white sandy beaches stretch as far as the eye can see.
One of the beaches is the exotic Palm Beach in the northern part of Frederikshavn city.
A little further up the coast you’ll find Bratten beach and Strandby beach – both popular with locals and tourists. Further north is the chield-friendly Jerup beach.
Along the coastline from Frederikshavn to the north you have plenty of wonderful beaches to choose from. In the northern part of Frederikshavn city there actually is a palm beach.
The palm beach project started as a ’silly’ idea in 2004, and now the beach is transformed every summer – with palm trees, ball game courts, grill area and a beach bar.
North of Frederikshavn lies Strandby, a small town with a fishing port and a lovely marina. Near Strandby you find child-friendly beaches with shallow water and gentle waves, for example Bratten beach and Jerup beach.
Frederikshavn palm beach started as a ’silly’ idea in 2004, and now the beach is transformed every summer – with palm trees, ball game courts, grill area and a beach bar. In the tropical beach bar there is an outdoor kitchen free to use. The palm beach has a Blue Flag certificate.
Bratten beach has a Blue Flag certificate and its fine sand and shallow water makes it very child-friendly. Close to the beach is a parking space, and a ramp makes beach access possible for baby trams and wheelchairs. At the beach you also find facilities like toilets and an ice cream kiosk.
North of Strandby port you have beaches with fine, white sand, shallow water and Blue Flag certificates. On a clear day you can see the beaches continue all the way to Skagen and the small islets 'Hirtsholmene' in Kattegat.
Families with children love Jerup beach. The shallow water, gentle waves and soft dunes make both locals and tourists come here again and again.