Beaches in Denmark
In Denmark, there is more than 7,000 km of coastline, and there are a total of approximately 1,300 registered beaches, of which just under 10% in freshwater areas. The beaches can be seen on the European Environment Agency website – please CLICK HERE
The Council for Greater Water Safety recommends that you visit beaches provided with lifeguard supervision.
The North Zealand lifeguard has 19 lifeguard posts distributed throughout the North Coast. The posts are manned during school summer holidays, as well as the weekends before and after the summer holidays, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
For the location and description of the beaches, please CLICK HERE
TrygFonden has lifeguard towers located on many beaches: in 2012, the towers on the beaches were manned from week 26 to 33; with lifeguards from the Danish Swimming Federation.
For the location of the beaches please CLICK HERE
The Blue Flag ensures that the beaches are clean and well maintained. They have rescue equipment and the possibility of contacting the rescue services. Additionally, they are equipped with toilet facilities, waste facilities / sorting facilities, etc.
For more information, please CLICK HERE
The Beach Weather
For information about the beach weather, please visit: http://www.dmi.dk/vejr/til-lands/strandvejr/ (in Danish only)