Travelling to Skagen, Denmark
Omg, how times flies. It has been a month since I visited Skagen and I didn't get to tell you all about it.
So, what's so special about this place? Well, is the northernmost town in Denmark and the place where two seas meet: Kattegat and Skagerrak. Kattegat flows into the Baltic Sea, and Skagerrak into the North Sea. Because the seas have different saline content and water density, they don't mix.
So you have: two seas meeting in eternally clashing waves, huge white sandy beach, sand dunes, an idyllic small village and a lot of trails for nature lovers. Of course, as any other place from Denmark, it's better to be visited in the summer when is warmer and the daylight lasts for 17 hours. Yes, you get that right: 17 hours. That's one of the things I love about Denmark!
We choose to go there by car (we rented one from Sixt) because we wanted to explore more of the country. But the landscape was the same for hundred of kilometers, plains, small hills and organic farms. So, if I had to go again I would prefer to take the plane to Aarhus.
Here are the photos and let me know if you plan to visit and need more details!