Thy National Park: A Beautiful Danish National Park That One Must See When in Denmark (2020)
Thy National Park is about 97 km (60 miles) northwest from Viborg city, Denmark. Tourists spend anywhere from 3 to 4 hours at the park. Thy National Park was opened for the public in 2008. The Thy National Park in Denmark spreads about 54 km from south to north and 12 km east to west. The total area of the park is 94 square miles.
Visitors like to spend some time at the lighthouse and fishing village known as Stenbjerg Landing Place. Just before leaving the park a walk along the beach is refreshing.
The following places within Thy National Park that are worth visiting:
- Stenbjerg Landing Place- Stenbjerg Landing Place is the historical fishing village in Thy National Park in Denmark. The place has a few old houses and a tool house. The houses were built in the 13th century and restored in the late 19th century. The village has the original rowable lifeboat from 1892. Image Source
- Lodbjerg Lighthouse- The lighthouse was built in 1883 out of granite that was imported from Sweden. The lighthouse is about 105 feet tall and has an observation deck on the top of the structure. Tourists enjoy spending some time at the observation deck looking at the natural beauty of sea, sand, and trees. The lighthouse was restored in 2019. Image Source
- Lyngby Beach Fishing Village- The village is about 20 km from the parking space of the bus or car. The drive to the village is about 15 to 20 minutes. Most tourists stop at the Lyngby Beach Fishing village for a few minutes to take a walk at the beach and also see whatever is left of the village. The original village was a residence of a fisherman. Today, the houses and new cottages are rented during summer for international tourists and locals. Image Source