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Coastal Denmark

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Stumbling upon the 1990's Danish crime drama Rejesholdet (known here - if it's known at all - as Unit One) has inspired me to to visit Denmark, combining a week at a coastal location with a night or two in Copenhagen.

At first, Bornholm took my fancy - but then I realised it's way out in the Baltic and nearer to Sweden, so may not be representative of Denmark, and that the island of Mon looks absolutely lovely with the white cliffs and turquoise sea. Also, Silkeborg with all the lakes looks good.

I'll be fine organising the Copenhagen trip as I take a lot of city breaks, but if anyone has any experience of recommendations for some rural / coastal locations, and any particular accommodation or restaurants they love, please let me know.

It will be my husband and I, maybe with his two teenage daughters, maybe not. He can drive, we both like scenery, beaches, walking and nice but simple food, I like museums and galleries but can wait until Copenhagen for culture. He can do without it all together!



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