In northern Zealand – close to Denmark’s fifth-largest forest, Tisvilde Hegn – a kilometre-long white, child-friendly beach with clean saltwater stretches along sand dunes and the forest’s edge. An exceptionally clean and practically untouched landscape.
Troldeskoven is the oldest part of the woods at Tisvilde Hegn. It’s made up of a range of very old pines, all between 100 and 200 years old. Over time, the wind has made them markedly twisted and distorted.
There’s always something going on in Tisvildeleje, Tisvilde and Vejby Strand. Here, you can find festivals, opera, markets and more.
The flea market in Tisvildeleje is held on Birkepladsen every Saturday during June, July and August. The large festival, Musik I lejet, takes place during week 29, and much more. Read more on: visitnordsjælland.dk where you can find all the current events near Tisvildeleje.