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Rubjerg Knude

Fyrvejen 30, Lokken, Bronderslev 9480, Denmark
+45 96 24 10 50
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Nice walk in scenic landscape - deserted lighthouse with inside stairs

If your looking for something breathtaking, take a walk to Rubjerg Knude, the deserted lighthouse... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Egersund, Norway
Great experience, great scenery

Unique place. 90 meters high or so? Dunes of a giant size. Walk them, take photographs and have a... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Franeker, The Netherlands
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  • Very good25%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
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“sand dunes” (13 reviews)
“car park” (6 reviews)
“light house” (3 reviews)
Fyrvejen 30, Lokken, Bronderslev 9480, Denmark
+45 96 24 10 50
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Reviewed 6 days ago

If your looking for something breathtaking, take a walk to Rubjerg Knude, the deserted lighthouse in the sanddunes near Lokken. The walk from the parking area takes about half an hour each way. You can also do the 5km hike from Lonnstrup. The scenery is...More

Thank 445nilsg
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Unique place. 90 meters high or so? Dunes of a giant size. Walk them, take photographs and have a beer afterwards.... ;-)

Thank PieterBolinder
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Rally an incredibile pace that worths a vosit. Sandy cliffs on the seaside and the lighthose that is almost to disappear into the sea

Thank Valeriat65
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Took the hike from the car park to the lighthouse. Bike for use by inserting a coin unfortunately not all in working order. Toilets available at car park. Nice walking track to lighthouse. Visited twenty years ago. Unbelievable how the dunes have moved and buildings...More

Thank NZfour
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Second favorite place in Denmark. Took an extended hike through an old graveyard and then over sand dunes to reach the lighthouse. Beautiful area, so very different from the the farmland surrounding it. Windy at the top, Need good shoes and a wind/rain coat. It...More

Thank gordokj
Reviewed 10 September 2017 via mobile

This is a bracing sea and a big sky so all the better for viewing it from an old disused lighthouse. Amazing dunes. It's on the way to a rather good pub as well.

Thank Epicureously
Reviewed 9 September 2017

We learned about this place by reading the guidebook about the Northern Denmark, and decided to see it because of its unique and picturesque setting. We traveled by car, and found our way very easy due to good road signs on the road nr 55....More

1  Thank Superkatt
Reviewed 25 August 2017 via mobile

A scenic place to walk around, take photos, and enjoy the view. Be ready to have a long walk from the parking.

1  Thank Бритва О
Reviewed 18 August 2017 via mobile

Buildt in 1900 the lighthouse was once situated 200 meters from the, but due to sand drift and erosion, it is about to fall into the sea in about 10-15 years. So hurry up! This place is really fascinating. From the parking it is a...More

Thank Thoraveler
Reviewed 14 August 2017

After a short walk from the parking lot you are met by a really strange and awesome view of the lighthouse. It arises next to two large dunes and is a about as high as you can get in this part of Denmark. You walk...More

Thank Erik A
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roby K
18 August 2017|
Response from Erik A | Reviewed this property |
I'm from Sweden and not that familiar with the trains and buses in denmark. If you can make it to Lønstrup then I expect there to be a bus to take you last bit. If not then it is possible to walk from Lønstrup to the area... More
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22 February 2016|
Response from lizdwhiz | Reviewed this property |
I think that depends on the activity level your daughter is used to. She might like to run and play in the sand hills - they're huge. It isn't so steep that you couldn't carry her part of the way either. When I was there... More