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Endless expanses, scenic coasts, fantastic beaches and idyllic islands — Denmark has loads to offer. Be enchanted by the maritime flair and gorgeous natural surroundings that stretch out as far as the eye can see. Short distances between locations make it possible to explore the beaches of both the North and Baltic Seas. In many cases, it is even legal to drive your motorhome right onto the beach. Denmark’s numerous campsites provide plenty of room for active recreation and frequently have incredible sea views.
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Copenhagen is simultaneously modern and historical, and the city has so much to offer: Fascinating architecture, fun and adventure in the world-famous Tivoli Gardens (the world’s second-oldest amusement park), and of course, the Little Mermaid statue on the Langelinie promenade. The best way to get from one attraction to the next is by bike because the city’s cycling network is excellent. On camping.info, you’ll find a large selection of campsites in and around Copenhagen.
Bornholm is Denmark’s easternmost island, and it gets more sunshine than any of the other regions. Enjoy the mild climate and more than 140 km of coastlines. The island’s size makes travel between the towns quick and easy: You’ll drive by incredible sandy beaches, spectacular rock formations, as well as small but lively coastal villages that exude maritime flair. A selection of campsites on Bornholm can be found here.
You’re guaranteed a great camping experience in the western-most part of Denmark. In Blåvand, you’ll find one of the country’s prettiest beaches. Enjoy the view of a long, white sandy beach and the North Sea from the campsite. Combined with its quaint, small-town atmosphere and gorgeous surrounding forests, this makes camping in Blåvand the whole package. You’ll find all the dreamy campsites in Blåvand on our site, of course.
Hvide Sande is an oasis between the Ringkøbing Fjord and the North Sea. Its location makes it perfect for water sports enthusiasts and anglers. The campsites in this area are in a one-of-a-kind landscape full of opposites: Gentle coasts meet rough seas, and an endless heath meets hilly dunes. Nature fans are sure to love the region as well. A great selection of campsites in Hvide Sande await you.
As much as you might want to park your motorhome on the dunes of the Danish coast, you should note that, unlike its Scandinavian sister and neighbouring country, Sweden, wild camping is not permitted in Denmark. Only quick stops at car parks are allowed — except on the island of Rømø, where this is prohibited. Danish campsites often offer so-called “Quickstop-Camping”: That way, campers can comfortably stay the night at a campsite and then continue their journey the next morning, fully refreshed.
In Denmark, it can get quite expensive if you’re caught driving with blood-alcohol levels over 0.05% (50 mg). A unique feature of the fines, though, is that they are calculated individually according to your monthly net income. For blood-alcohol levels over 200 mg (0.2%), the vehicle will be confiscated, auctioned off, and the money will go to the state treasury. This law applies to Danish citizens as well as tourists.
As in 20 other European countries, when you’re driving along the streets of Denmark, don’t forget to use your dipped headlights — even during the day. Failure to observe this law runs you the risk of a fine of 1,000 Danish Krone, about £122 or €135.
When you’re on the motorway in Denmark, you don’t need to pay tolls. The only exceptions are on the Great Belt Bridge and the Øresund Bridge. On the Great Belt Bridge (known in Danish as “Storebæltsbroen”), cars, small busses and motorhomes weighing less than 3.5 t will have to pay between €34 and €51 (£31 and £46). Vehicles that are heavier or longer should expect it to cost between €100 and €158 (£91 and £143). On the Øresund Bridge, you’ll pay between €50 and €100 (£45 and £91) for cars and motorhomes, depending on vehicle length.
In Denmark, there are no deceleration lanes on motorways or freeways. Instead, you’ll drive directly onto the slip road, where you’ll then slow down and adjust your speed to suit the next road section.
If you exceed the time limit for your parking spot, you could face a fine of 510 Krone (about €70 or £62), regardless of how long you were over the time limit. This is true in smaller towns and larger cities. Always be sure to return to your car in a timely manner, or else your stop could get expensive.
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