Explore these activities in Denmark
Most fishing boats in the harbours of Denmark will take anglers out to sea for a reasonable charge. Or if you are in a large group, you can hire your own charter boat. Sea fishing tours are arranged throughout the whole year from all the major harbours. Note that a fishing license is obligatory in Denmark.
Fishing rights in streams and natural lakes are almost always private, but they are often let to local angling societies which issue day or week cards. A day card will generally cost anything from DKK 40 up to DKK 150, whereas a week card will cost you DKK 100 to DKK 350. In most places, a boat with fishing rights included, can be hired from these societies.
Horseback Riding is a very popular past time in Denmark. Explore Denmark's almost untouched, picturesque countryside on your own time, with plenty of horsepower underneath you if you feel like exhilarating. There are many riding schools in Denmark, were you can hire a horse or a pony - with or without an escort.
Beaches and Watersports
Many people consider a seaside holiday, as the ultimate holiday. Their requirements are usually plenty of water, loads of space, fresh air, attractive people and lots of action - Denmark has it all on its 7300 km-long coastline. In Denmark you will find beaches suitable for those who prefer privacy, with the many sand dunes providing shade and seclusion. There are also beaches for those who loves to make a party out of everything, endless watersport such as sailing, surfing, windsurfing and diving is available on this crystal clear coast. Denmark's effective environmental planning has ensured that bathers can enjoy themselves to the fullest in Europe's cleanest, clearest waters.
In a city where bicycles overpower cars and are available to rent on every corner of every street, there is no shortage of biking tours and trails. Denmark's has endless quantities of beautiful, well-marked, mountain biking trails in the cities as well as in the countryside. There are trails for the skilled and other trails for beginners. Experienced guides are available and maps are available at tourist offices.