Here we show you the information for you to know the destination, what to see there and where to find it.
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Bunkers in the dunes
Collision between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea
Seal in the strait
Stretch of sand that separates the North Sea and the Baltic
Sandormen (tourist transport)
Grenen is a cape located in northern Denmark, in North Jutland. Located on the North Sea coast, is the north end of the peninsula of Jutland. The cape is a narrow strip of land culminated by an elongated sandbank. Its waters are Skagerrak Strait and separates out Albaek bays and Tannis. Sunk in the sand, still retain some bunkers from the Second World War.
N 57º 44' 20''
E 10º 38' 04''
The sandbar of Grenen creates dune formations and a stretch of sand that enters into the sea. It is funny how at the end of the cape hits the waters of the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
- There is a tractor to reach the final of Cape.
- You can see seals in the shores of Grenen.