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Hals Harbour, Hals

(3.9/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • Have visited the Neck for many years sailing, the port is really crammed on summer days, then came in good time. Wednesdays throughout the summer, the city filled with flea market, just something for the women on board. Neck lacking playgrounds for the smaller sailing children. The neck is not a place we will be in many days, typically, it is used to get into the inlet or on its way out into the Kattegat.
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  • A really cosy place to wander around and look at it all, we can run that to and there are shops and places to eat, etc. and you can walk around and look at all the fancy boat, a nice trip in the summer of Sun and heat
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  • The port of Hals is a charming place with several restaurants and ice cream parlours. There are also shops that sell everything from trinkets to clothes and stoves. In week 31 and 32, there is live music at the port and there is entertainment and various activities during the summer. In the Harbor are many sailing to and the port buzzes with life and summer.
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  • Small harbour without any real highlight. Unfortunately no fish for sale here. Free parking available. Did not try the grill/restaurant here.
  • A cosy place.
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  • Cosy area
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  • Nice Harbor with good atmosphere
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  • Neck Port is always beautiful and worth a visit.
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