In the Sæby area you find some of Denmark’s most child-friendly beaches.
The gentle Kattegat sea, the shallow water and the finest white sandy beaches attract many families with children.
The shallow water is perfect for children playing with water. On the beach they can build sand castles, find sea shells and maybe a piece of amber. The Sæby beach lies very close to the town centre – you just pass a stream on a small bridge and then take the beach promenade. Here you can relax at the beach, watch the ferries to Frederikshavn come and go. At the same time you are near Sæby centre’s restaurants and shopping.
Dogs on a leash are allowed on the beach.
In Lyngså the Sønderklit beach is child-friendly with beautiful, soft dunes. The beach is known for its fine white sand and has a Blue Flag certificate. Here you can find amber, especially after a day with strong winds from southeast. The beaches from Sønderklit to Stennæs are suitable for angling.
The beach north of midtown Sæby is easily accessed and suitable for children and disabled persons. From Sæby marina there is a tiled path to the beach. You can find beautiful sea shells and amber on this Blue Flag beach.
The Blue Flag beach at Lyngså is known and loved by many for its fine white sand and the sea bottom with almost no stones – making it very child-friendly. There is a parking space close to the beach and a ramp for disabled persons.
Sulbæk beach lies between Sæby and Frederikshavn. The holiday home area here is very popular and located close to the beach. Small jetties along the beach make the water calm and perfect for children’s play, crab hunting and amber search.