Ringkøbing Fjord, Tipperne and Værnengene, Skjern Enge, Stadil Fjord and Vest Stadil Fjord, the dunes, Klosterheden, Borris Hede, Dejbjerg Plantage, the vast beach meadows, and the beach lakes are each on their own unique pieces of nature with an incredibly rich vegetation and wildlife. Together, they form a nature mosaic which is definitely worth exploring.
The large beach meadows and wetlands include some of Europe's most important areas for migrating birds to rest and gather food. The number of waterfowls breeding here is increasing each year, and some of the birds that stop here are very rare in Denmark.
At the water locks in Hvide Sande you can see the seals bathing in the sun and enjoying themselves on the seaside of the locks.
See the video about nature lover Sabine guiding you around the unique West Jutland nature in Skjern Enge.
Experiencing the dunes is what makes a holiday by the North Sea a unique experience
The river Skjern Å has seen both the biggest drainage project and the greatest nature restoration project in Danish history
A polished lump of amber can catch and disperse the rays of the sun like no other material
The sandy areas around Ringkøbing Fjord provide very special conditions for man, animals and plants
Skjern Å is the river with the largest body of water in Denmark
Go horseback riding in the last rays of the sun on a white sandy beach
Red deer, seals, otters, and bats can all be found in the area around Hvide Sande and Ringkøbing Fjord
Learn more about Skjern Enge here
The great beach-meadows that stretch like a peninsula into the southern end of Ringkøbing Fjord is a protected area of international importance.
There are plenty of fish in the sea