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Skanderborg is situated in the magnificent nature of the Danish Lakelands, where lakes, woods and fields are alternating in the beautiful, hilly countryside.
Within a radius of 30 km you’ll find other nature offers of almost every kind, e.g. moors, inlets and sea.
Skanderborg is a cosy and active provincial town, located with a marvellous view over the beautiful Skanderborg Lake.
Skanderborg has a nice commercial street with fine retail shops, a lot of convenience stores and cosy cafés and restaurants.
Skanderborg is very central located with a good infrastructure going in all directions.
Aarhus, 20 km north of Skanderborg, is the city of multiplicity. Here you’ll find world class attractions such as “The Old Town” museum and “Aros” art museum and smaller museums such as “The Women’s Museum”.
Explore the trendy shops in the old Latin quarter or look at the numerous shops in the pedestrian streets.
Enjoy a beer or a coffee in the café area along the cosy creek, streaming through the centre of the city, or go for dinner in a nice Danish or Ethnic restaurant.
4 restaurants in Aarhus recieved one Michelin star, 2 the Michelin Bib-price and 12 the Michelin Plate in 2018.
Horsens, 20 km south of Skanderborg, is a nice commercial town with a cosy pedestrian precinct and a lot of good retailers in the small side streets.
The town is known for its ability to create events within music and shows. The Aqua Forum offers a top modern center for swimming, play, motion and well-being.
Odder, 18 km east of Skanderborg, is a small provincial town with a cosy commercial street.
A lot of handicraft artists and galleries are situated here.
Silkeborg, 35 km northwest of Skanderborg, has a cosy area by the habour with the oldest steamship in the world and the wellkept bog find “the Tollund man”.
The old steam train is still driving on a part of the former railway track between Horsens and Silkeborg.
The many small villages around Skanderborg, the churches in the towns and the countryside and the newer architectural pearls all give a good impression of Denmark now and then.
Within one hour’s drive from the camp site there are numerous museums from the smaller ones such as the photo museum to the larger internationally well-known and Legoland, amusement parks, water parks, animal parks and much more for adults and children alike.
In the bigger towns around Skanderborg, you’ll find the offer of art museums, galleries and handicrafts large and varied.
If you like gardens, there are more than 20 open gardens in the surroundings.
If you would like to know more or see it with your own eyes, please use our contact or booking pages for further information or booking.