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If you rent a holiday apartment or a holiday home in Bredebro, you will be surrounded by lovely nature in a unique landscape comprising marshland, moor and the Wadden Sea. The wide sandy beaches by the North Sea are only a short drive away and so is Rømø. The surroundings of Bredebro have a lot of attractions, small, cozy towns and there is just a little less than 20 km to the German border.Bredebro is a railway town situated between Ribe and Tønder. The city used to be known for its production of handmade lace. Today Bredebro is a commercial and industrial town, housing i.a. the headquarters of the shoe factory Ecco.In the sparsely populated marshland, Bredebro used to be the ford and bridge over Brede Å that flows through the city and out in the North Sea. You find the church, the Brede Kirke, to the west of the partly preserved old quarter of the town of Bredebro.
A big part of the coast to the west of Bredebro is marshland, but at the Emmerlev Klev you find a child-friendly beach with sandy bottom and shallow water. If you go to Rømø, you will be on the popular, wide, sandy beach with room for bathing guests, surfers and beach sailing. Lalolk Stand on Rømø is one of the most beautiful and widest beaches in Europe
The nature by the west coast of Southern Jutland is quite unique, so it is not just by accident that this is where you find the biggest national park in Denmark. Nationalpark Vadehavet reaches from the German border in the south to Blåvandshuk and covers the municipalities of Tønder, Esbjerg, Fanø and Varde. A big part of Nationalpark Vadehavet is wadden sea, but the national park also comprises cliffs, marshland and salt meadows. You will find a unique vegetation and wildlife that benefit from the richness of nutrition of the Wadden Sea. There are lots of trekking and biking routes in the area and this is just a land of milk and honey to bird enthusiasts.Behind the dykes of the Wadden Sea at Ballum Enge, you can see geese, ducks, grey herons, owls and a lot of waders. This is also where you find the impressive nature phenomenon called Sort Sol, where huge crowds of migrational starlings gather in spring and autumn and form big, black formations in the sky.
You can enjoy the wonderful nature along Brede Å on a canoe trip in the river valley from Løgumkloster to Bredebro. The river flows through the beautiful landscape with an exciting animal life. The trip is varied with calm water and strong stream. You can rent canoes at Vidaa Kano and Løgumkloster Kanoudlejning.There are lots of paths and trekking routes in the pretty river valley between Bredebro and Løgumkloster, where you can walk along the Brede Å. Bring your own picnic and take a break while you enjoy being in the middle of nature. Brede Å is paradise to anglers and is in the top ten list of the best fishing waters in rivers in Denmark. Sea trouts and salmons are what take the bait.There is an open -air pool, a fitness center and tennis courts as well as several other possibilities to work out and exercise at the Bredebro Idrætscenter og Camping.
To get to Trøjborg Slotsruin, pass the bridge over the old moat that even today surrounds the remains of the former, majestic castle that used to belong to Queen Margrethe I. The history of Trøjborg is long and interesting and goes back to the 14th century. The entrance to the ruins of the castle is free (8 km). Learn more about life in the marshland through history at the Mølle- og Marskmuseum, in the biggest Dutch mill in Denmark (18 km). Visit the culture city of Løgumkloster and explore the beautiful, old abbey church that was built in the 12th century by monks (10 km). In Møgeltønder you find old, cobble stoned streets, the castle Schackenborg with its park and the old medieval and renaissance castle church. A beautiful, old city that welcomes a lot of tourists every year (17 km).
In Hjemsted Oldtidspark at Skærbæk you can visit the Iron Age village and houses that show the way people lived at that time. There are also active workshops. At the museum, you can see exhibitions about antiquity and archeological findings from the area (15 km).LEGOLAND is about 9 km from Bredebro. Apart from 50 million bricks there is lots of fun and activities for the whole family.In Tønder you can experience the cozy atmosphere in the oldest market town in Denmark with its cobble stoned streets and old houses, historic museums, fine shops and a lot of excellent eating places (14 km).Go on a seal safari in the Wadden Sea and get an experience for life. You can leave from Havneby (35 km) on Rømø or go to Mandø (14 km), to where you can walk or go by tractor bus or by horse carriage.
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