Plan your visit
How to find Thy National Park
By foot via North Sea Trail from Thyborøn via ferry to Agger Tange. Walk the north sea trail or some of the other trails in the national park to Hanstholm in the north. You can of course also take the walk the other way round.
By bicycle via North Sea Cycle Route from Thyborøn via ferry to Agger and take the nice cycle route to Hanstholm or the other way round. More bike paths in the area are under construction during 2011 and 2012.
By car: Route 181 from the south and ferry from Thyborøn to Agger Tange. Route 11 from Oddesund to Thisted has several slip roads towards the west to Nationalpark Thy. Route 26/571 from island Mors towards the west to Stenbjerg.
By train: To Thisted, Hurup or Thyborøn. From Thisted and Hurup various bus connections to the coastal villages, from Thyborøn by ferry to Agger Tange.
By bus: To Thisted. Line 888 from Copenhagen and Aarhus to Thisted. X-bus from e.g. Aalborg, Vejle and Viborg. Local lines from Thisted to coastal villages and from Hurup to Agger. Find more information on public transport at www.rejseplan.dk .
By airplane: From Aalborg or Karup airport.
Where to start:
Our first small visitor centre is located in a former icecream kiosk at Stenbjerg Landingsplads . You can get to the visitor centre by bus 313 from Thisted and Vorupør (bus stop by the sea!).
The visitor centre is open every afternoon from 1 to 5 pm from April till the end of October. Here you can learn more on the national park and its nature and cultural history. You can find maps and foldes. And you can buy post cards, books, a cup of organic coffee or icecream with a taste of the national park.
Please do not hesitate to ask questions to our volunteer staff at the visitor centre. Most are local people from the villages around the national park with a special knowledge and interest.
Where to stay:
Whether your favourite holiday has all the modern conveniences, or you prefer more primitive conditions, Thy National Park is for you. You can spend a night under soft bed sheets at a hotel, you can sleep in your own caravan, or sleep out. Here you can find culinary temptation for any taste. And the towns are bulging with museum visits and shopping opportunities.