As one of just two UNESCO-listed natural heritages in Denmark, the enormous costal landscape of the Wadden Sea National Park is unquestionably one of Denmark’s most important nature reserves alongside biodiversity. Water
birds, oysters and Denmark’s largest population of seals all thrive in the large wetland environment created by the tidal waters. Combined with vast white-sand beaches, the biggest sky you can imagine local delicacies and a large number of traditional Danish holiday homes, this makes for a wonderful holiday experience for families, outdoor enthusiasts and couples alike. The area became a National Park in 2010 and a part of UNESCO’s World heritage list in 2014.