The popular holiday island Fano is very famous for its holiday home rental because of the scenic nature and the charming atmosphere. When you stay in a holiday home in Grondal, you live close to the wide North Sea beach, the golf course Fano Golf Links and many of the interesting sights on Fano.
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The holiday home area Grøndal is tranquilly located between the ferry and skipper town Nordby on the east coast of Fanø and Fanø Bad on the west coast. Fanø is just a few kilometres wide at this place, so the holiday homes in Grøndal are located in walking distance from the sea at both sides of Fanø. Grøndal is surrounded by a slightly undulating nature area with pines, rosehip and a rich animal life. Near Fanø Bad you will find a lovely, 15 km long sandy beach with dunes as well as Denmark’s oldest 18 hole golf course from 1902. In the idyllic seaport Nordby with the narrow streets and thatched Fanø houses you will find shops, restaurants and cafés. From the hill Kikkebjerget you can enjoy the view over Nordby and the harbour.
The 56 square kilometres island Fanø is located just 1.5 kilometres from the main land, and the ferry crossing from Esbjerg to Fanø takes 13 minutes.
Close to Grøndal, by Fanø Bad, you will find the wide, white sandy beaches with dunes and Blue Flag. The beach is very child-friendly, as the sandy bottom slopes gently into the sea. However, the water gets deeper after every sandbank. From Fanø Bad and towards south you can drive your car on the beach. To the north the beach is reserved for pedestrians and cyclists. Here you also find the sandy peninsula Søren Jessens Sand.
Along the wide sandy beach you can swim, surf, beach sail, ride and walk among other things.
You will find more bunkers from World War II on Fanø, and it is possible to enter some of these bunkers on the northern part of the island.
Because of the different water levels at low and high tide, it is often possible to find amber of this beach.
Grøndal is surrounded by large, slightly undulating nature areas with a rich animal life. You can experience roe deer, pheasants, hares, rabbits and foxes here. Often it is also possible to see seals and large flocks of birds by the shore. If you wish to watch the grey and the common seal at a closer range, you can sail to the seal banks with a cutter from Nordby.
The fantastic dune plantation Fanø Klitplantage is located in the middle of the island and offers dunes, meadows, plains, small lakes, dense vegetation and the viewpoint Pælebjerg. Here you can follow marked walking paths and use a great nature playground. If you visit the plantation in August, you can enjoy the sight of the flowering heather.
Dog owners can visit the lovely dog forest in Fanø Klitplantage. Here the dog can run around without a lead without disturbing the animal life of Fanø.
By the northern point of Fanø you can see the large sandbar Søren Jessens Sand. It is very popular to walk in this sandy desert.
By the long beach you can engage yourselves in all kinds of beach activities. The beautiful dune plantation invites hikes and picnics. At the forest playground in Fanø Klitplantage, which also includes an obstacle course and a sense area, the children can gambol while the adults relax or prepare food on the covered grill. You can also rent horses and ride on the beach or in the dune plantation. A well-developed network of bicycle paths enables you to drive around on two-way bicycle paths.
In a scenic and undulating dune and heather area behind the dunes of Fanø Bad, you will find the beautiful 18-hole, and more than 100 years old, golf course Fanø Golf Links.
By the Put & Take fishpond in Rindby you can catch trouts. You can also go deep-sea fishing from the harbour in Nordby and Sønderho. Or take a sail to the seal banks, where the chubby seals laze in the sand.
Every year in June you can experience a kite festival, where colourful kites fill the sky over the beach.
Fanø offers more museums, galleries and workshops with handicraft. You can among other things visit a candle maker and an amber cutter on the island.
Nordby contains an art museum as well as Fanø Museum, which is arranged in a typical Fanø house. Here you can see how the inhabitants of the town lived about 300 years ago.
The shipping and costume museum, Fanø Skibsfarts- og Dragtsamling, is equally situated in Nordby and contains a collection of sail ships and costumes as well as 2 intact living rooms from an old ship-owner home.
The house Hannes Hus is a modest Sønderho home from the 18th century, which is still almost intact.
In Esbjerg you can experience a vivid commercial and cultural life with more galleries and museums. You can also visit the museum ship Horns Rev and the sailing and fishing museum Fiskeri- og Søfartsmuseet. In Ribe VikingeCenter you can experience a reconstructed viking village, see the vikings work, cook over open fire and perform other activities (32 km). The cosy commercial town Ribe, Denmark’s oldest town, is also worth a visit.
LEGOLAND is build with millions of bricks. The more than 50 activities provide speed, excitement and experiences for the whole family. Meet the polar bears in Polarland, knights in armour, pirates, tough cowboys, wild Indians and much more (65 km).
In Givskud Zoo you can drive around among 120 animal species from five continents. Experience lions, chimpanzees, gorillas, zebras and many other animals at close range. The children can gambol in the big play land and go on a ride with the safari train (85 km).
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