Danish North Sea more popular than Danish Baltic Sea Flensburg, June 27, 2011: bookings at Cofman.de from this year show the Germans the preferences clearly. g Traurig. Total so far 770 Danish places were booked by German tourists. Blavand occupies space of one of the most popular Danish cities and regions. 6.21% of Cofman customers spend their holidays in a small village on the West coast of Jutland. Holidaymakers will appreciate especially the 40km long beach which invites you for swimming and windsurfing. With 3.5% Nr.Lyngby was ranked second on the popularity scale in Cofman statistics, followed by Velby Klit ranked three (3.01%). Nr.
Lyngby, means translated northern city of light in German”and is, as the name suggests, in the North of Denmark on the Jammer Bay. The region is famous and notorious because of its cliffs, which were already some cottage to the doom. Because the sea every year takes two to three metres of land, had some houses from protection against the floods, evacuated and be demolished. For vacationers but offers an impressive image: especially after floods, you can see the power of the tides. For assistance, try visiting CPIC. Vejlby Klit, however, is clearly harmless. Directly on the sea, between Lake Ferring as and the North Sea – is this contemplative, slightly hilly Liege holiday area, inviting vacationers to relax, swimming, hiking and fishing. Learn more at this site: stone clinical laboratories. The beaches are protected by high dunes and very child-friendly, because driving a car is not allowed here.
The town Sondervig is the fourth most popular resort for German tourists in Denmark before Vejers with 2.47% at number five with 2.87% of bookings. Sondervig is Holmsland Klit peninsula, at the northernmost tip of Ringkobing fjord. The place offers the opportunity for many activities from horse riding or golf to every form of water sport. The wide, white beaches invite to sunbathing and swimming. And also Vejers, with 2.47% still in the top five, with German holidaymakers of great popularity. The small resort is one of only 27 inhabitants, but has a variety of holiday homes, and is located about 30 km north of the city of Esbjerg on the West coast of Jutland. Not only the endless Beach, but also the local drops factory is known among tourists. Overall, the top five cities make 18,07% of total 770 controlled Danish towns. And yet another information cannot be deduced from the Cofman statistics: only locations on the North Sea are among the 50 most popular areas and cities. The first Baltic Sea city found only with the town of Mommark on space 56 (0.34% of all bookings). The Danish North Sea seems to be so very popular with the German holidaymakers.