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Where two seas collide!

You think to yourself "so what if two seas meet here - what's the big deal? what's to see?" well, i... read more

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Shahar L
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Herzliya, Israel
Sandorman

It just so happened we were there 'off-season' so no transportation was available except for the... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Joyce Z
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Reviewed yesterday

You think to yourself "so what if two seas meet here - what's the big deal? what's to see?" well, i can tell you - it's awesome! the waves are actually coming from opposing directions and collide in the middle - the most peculiar vision...More

Thank Shahar L
Reviewed 2 days ago

It is a cute enough coastal town but its more industrial that touristic. I would not recommend this as a port to stop at and spend much time. In many ways they are not really ready for a cruise ship

Thank Christina N
Reviewed 2 days ago

It just so happened we were there 'off-season' so no transportation was available except for the taxi's. We ended up taking one to Grenen and caught the Sandworm to take us to the point. Grenen marks the junction between the strait of Skagerrak (part of...More

Thank Joyce Z
Reviewed 3 days ago

Avoided the outrageous price P and O were charging and took the 3 Euro hop on from the station to Grenen via a tour of Skagen town. Then the tractor out to the point where the two seas collide. It was blowing a gale so...More

Thank Chaxx
Reviewed 1 week ago

Cruise ship stopped in Skagen so thought we would visit this location. Took the local bus from town out to the Grenen Carpark and then took the Sandorman tractor train (30DKK return) out to where the two seas (Kattegai and Norsdseen) meet. Such a unique...More

Thank greytravellerSydney
Reviewed 1 week ago

Grenen is the very end of Jutland. In the high season it is almost impossible to get a picture of you alone on tip where Kattegat and Nordsøen meets. Lovely views. Take the "Sandormen" (a turist tractor with wagon) out there for the full experience.

Thank Morten R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Take the sandworm out there on sunny days and walk all the way back, it isn't that bad a walk and you will enjoy all the other sights on the way back. Its FREE

Thank NIKE10TD
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

That place was a final destination of our Denmarks journey. It is definitely must see - the place where to seas meet. The only minus is a price of parking place - 99DKK. Travel tip: come earlier before the first tractor. It's starting to be...More

Thank Gosia W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

To stand on the point where the waters of the Skagerrak meet the waters of the Kattegat was amazing. There is an excellent service with a tractor pulling a “bus” to ferry people who do not or cannot manage the 3 kilometre walk (6 kms...More

Thank Catoneill13
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Walked out to the point from the cruise ship for a bit of exercise, shoes off when we reached the shore to walk the lad mile in the sea. Good sandy beach, easy going in the wet sand. Obligatory photo taken with one foot in...More

Thank Zhukov
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JohnCUpstateNY
30 July 2018|
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Response from WirksWanderer | Reviewed this property |
It’s about a couple of miles - it’s flat and walkable. You can either walk up the road/ path or there is a nice beach walk up to the point too. I think there is a bike hire place at the terminal so you could always cycle up... More
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Response from Brian E | Reviewed this property |
Sorry late reply I know! I hope you appreciated you stay! And now know that a Cap is reasonably priced!
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It took me about 5 mins. to bike out to the parking lot from the bike rental at the train station and about 15 mins. to bike back due to the heavy headwind. The walk from the parking lot takes about 20 mins. each way... More
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