Northern Jutland is home to some of Denmark’s most beautiful and varied landscapes. Rolling hills and forests give way to beaches, heathland and large wetland areas. Denmark’s longest fjord, Limfjorden, known locally as the Town of Mussels, cuts through the landscape from east to west and sustains the area’s great variety of birds, seals and other creatures, including the seafoodloving inhabitants of Løgstør. Every year the Mussels Festival attracts seafood connoisseurs from near and far, who chow(der) down on huge portions of freshly caught Limfjord mussels.