What to see/ to do:

A lot of information of Sønderjylland can be found in this link: 




the magazine is available to everyone free of charge at Daler camping, even if you do not camp with us.




The Margaret Route:

The Margaret Route is the most famous route throughout Denmark. Our Queen Margrethe II, her favorite flower is the margriet, she has drawn the route of more than 3600 km throughout Denmark. You will encounter the route all over DK. There is even a special road sign to indicate the route.

Motorists, motorcyclists and cyclists can use this route.


Another nice outing is to visit Højer, a village with well-maintained farms and houses. In Højer there is also a windmill from 1857 with a mill and bog museum.

There are two locks in Højer: Højer Sluse, built in 1861 and the Vidå sluse, built in 1980. North of Højer is Emmerlev Klev, a cliff high enough to hold back the sea. You can also see Rømø and Sylt.

Via the Tøndervej you are in 6 minutes from d by car (4 km) in Højer


Møgeltønder is located west of Tønder in the municipality of the same name. The village is old and has a long history.
The monumental castle Schackenborg, which was built in the 17th century on the ruins of a castle belonging to the bishop of Ribe, is a good example of this. It is inhabited by the Danish Prince Joachim, the second son of Queen Margaret II.
The famous golden Gallehus horns, bearing one of the oldest Germanic runic texts, were found in the immediate vicinity of Møgeltønder.
Because Møgeltønder was a country seat of the Bishop of Ribe, the territory, in contrast to that of neighboring villages such as Tønder, almost always belonged to the Danish kingdom.

It is an 8-minute drive from the campsite by car.


Tønder is a town in Tønder Municipality, in the region of Southern Denmark. You can enjoy shopping here. In the month of December, the whole city is dominated by Christmas.

From the campsite it is a 10-minute drive to Tønder via Tøndervej.


Fun attractions in Tønder:

  • The Kaakmann on the market.
  • De Watertoren: Exhibition of furniture designer Hans J. Wegner.
  • Gammle Pharmacy
  • Tønder Festival
  • Zeppelin and Garrison Museum in Tønder, here was one of the largest airship ports in Germany until 1920. Yes, this part of Denmark used to be in German hands.


Rømø is the southernmost inhabited Danish Wadden island and is located between the islands of Sylt (Germany) and Mandø. (DK).

A 10 km long dam connects the island to the mainland. A ferry can also be taken in Havneby on the island, but it does not sail to the Danish coast but to the German Wadden island of Sylt. The island features a small seaside town, Lakolk. The island has the widest sandy beach in Europe, between 2.5 and 3 km. wide. You can drive on the beach by car, camper, caravan, etc.

Sometimes military planes also land for practice. Watch my video at: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=747242376123436

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But Naturcenter Tønnisgård where they organize many exciting tours and activities for all ages is also worth a visit. For example shrimp fishing on the beach or oyster tours. The purpose of the tours is to show nature, how we can best protect nature and enjoy it at the same time.

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You can drive to Rømø in 42 minutes by car from Daler camping.

Photo: Blokarten on Sønderstrand with the ferry from Sylt in the background.

Ribe and Mandø:

In addition to being the oldest town in Denmark, Ribe is also the oldest in all of Scandinavia.

Ribe became around 810 AD. founded, but lost its character after a fire in 1808, which completely destroyed the city.

Today, Ribe is a tourist attraction, partly due to its typical architecture (including the Romanesque cathedral from the 12th century and the half-timbered houses).

Ribe was also an important Hanseatic city in the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries, especially for trade to and from Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea.


Ribe Viking Center is an open-air museum, which deals with Danish history at the time of the Vikings. It is not far from the town of Ribe. A fun and educational day for young and old.

For more information, click on the website: https://www.ribevikingecenter.dk/da/forside.aspx


Mandø is Denmark's smallest inhabited Wadden Island.

The island is located between Rømø and Fanø.

The island covers 8 km² and a few dozen people live there.

To get there you drive on the seabed between the fagots , over the Ebbevej or the Låningsvejen to the island. Be aware of the ebb and flow, so keep an eye on the tide. Fortunately there is a hotel, they rent houses and there is a small camping site. Tourism and livestock farming are the main economic activities.

More information about high and low water at the local supermarket: Mandø Brugs:  https://mandoebrugs.dk

Photo: © Ribe Domkirke