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Blåvandshuk Fyr, Blaavand
(4.6/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • It is worth :-) the 170 Steps to climb! You have something "to bite" to come up the stairs! Anyway, if you are not trained, but this... the must you simply enjoy view
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  • To see the world a little bird's eye expands the experience. Large and small will have an experience of the major
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  • Nice and well worth a visit. From the lighthouse we saw lots of seals lie on the 1. Fox in the North Sea. We went from the blåvand kro, a trip of about 30 min. with the pram.
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  • Located at the most western point in Danmark, the Lighthouse offers a breathtaking view of the area, as well as the large offshore wind farm 'Horns Rev 1 and 2'. The surrounding area also offers a great opportunity for explorers who wants to take a closer look at some World War 2 bunkers (Keep in mind that these are mostly located on ground used by the Danish military for training, so make sure to find out if they are using the area before entering).
  • Great view, you can see quite a few of the German bunkers from the lighthouse and gives of an idea of how the area is.
  • The service is nice and the good information materials.
  • Fun to walk arround here. Clean and easy to walk with children. Going into the tower is no must for me.
  • Seems like an interesting place with a history, but the tower was closed just as we arrived, which is 15 min before closing time.