Holidayparks in Denmark

Holiday parks Denmark

Mermaid and hundreds of islands...

With a myriad of islands, splendid cities like Copenhagen and Odense and well known family park Legoland, a holiday in Denmark is a fairy tale. What a coincidence it is where Hans Christian Andersen is from. If you book a Danish holiday park here you will not be disappointed.

Fjords and bikes

A country made ​​up of hundreds of islands. Where the beaches are vast, the ‘fjord inhammen’ is wooded and long, where the low land is reminiscent of the Netherlands and is especially good because you can enjoy yourselves splashing around in the water. All those islands together make a coastline of over 7,000 km so there is enough space for sailing, canoeing and surfing. If you would rather do sports inland, grab your bike and take a trip along the coast or a tour along the bike trail in Copenhagen.

Jutland, Legoland

Copenhagen is a modern, clean city bursting with energetic Danes. Besides the world famous Mermaid and the imposing Royal Palace Amalienborg you can also see the Öresund Bridge, the connection between the Danish Copenhagen and Malmö. On the largest island of Denmark, Jutland, you can take the kids and surprise them with a visit to Legoland. if you have time for more island hopping, visit the town of Odense on the island of Funen - hans Christian Andersen was born here.

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Holiday parks Denmark

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Capital: Copenhagen
Population: 5.5 million
Area: 43,094 km2
Highest point: Møllehøj with 170.86 meters 
Language: Danish

Our recommendations for Denmark:

Culinary Delights

Danish apple pie

Ingredients: 100g cold organic butter, 150g plain flour, 2 Tbsp cane sugar, 1/2 beaten eggs, 3 tablespoons of sugar

Cut the butter into small pieces and crumble it into the flour. Add the eggs and sugar. Gather the dough quickly. Do not knead the dough. Then put the dough in the fridge for half an hour to an hour. Can not wait? So try to roll it out on a table with flour on (not too thin). Then place the dough in a greased Flan dish and press along the edges. Prick the bottom with a fork.

Then stir marzipan with an egg, milk and wheat flour, 1 tablespoon of sugar and possibly cinnamon. You can peel the apples or leave the skin on, remove the core. Slice the apples into thin slices. Add apple slices in an attractive pattern on top of the mass. Finally sprinkle the tart with 3 tablespoons cane sugar - the sugar will caramelize. 

Baked the pie for approximately 30-45 minutes at 180 degrees or until the apples are dark around the edges and the marzipan is golden.