Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse

This lighthouse is a bit special due to the fact that it is under constant threat of erosion from the sea. It had recently been moved some hundred meters or so inland to preserve it. Great views from the top of the area, and lots of sand for Elliot to go rolling around in. And here is a blog post from seven years ago, where we visited the lighthouse before it got moved.


We did a city orienteering trip to Aalborg, which brought us around to a lot of the attractions in the city. There were many cool medieval buildings to see mixed in with more modern architecture. The weather was on and off, and we were a bit concerned that we would get rained on, but we managed to catch a break and have a very nice walk around the city.


The first summerhouse we went to was located in a town called Søndervig, a beach town and tourist destination on the west coast of Jutland. We didn’t spent too much time in the town, other than when the kids wanted to go in the trampoline harness. They could not get enough! Also pictured is a trip we took walking out on a small trail across the Ringkøbing fjord.