Imagine a place where two seas collide, oysters are on every menu, and friendly faces greet you wherever you roam. Then imagine it’s even easier to get to now that there are direct flights from the United States. The area known as North Jutland in Denmark hasn’t been a major tourist destination for people from the US in the past, but a new direct Scandinavian Airlines flight from Newark Liberty International Airport to the heart of North Jutland could change that.
On arrival, there’s no shortage of things to do in this region that covers the uppermost tip of the country. North Jutland is home to Denmark’s first national park, a sand-buried church, the best surfing spots in the country, phenomenal art, and some of the best seafood restaurants in the country.