Denmark’s most stunning wild shelters

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A room with a view is nice enough. But why not put yourself IN the view? (If you know what we mean!). A shelter gives you the whole multi-sensory experience of nature - and with a reassuring lack of man-eating animals, camping with your loved ones can be a wild yet relaxing experience

Photo: Michael Fiukowski & Sarah Moritz

Skåret shelterplads

The Lumo designer shelters are trending for a reason. These wild shelters combine two very Danish things: Beautiful, functional design set in a landscape of forests, beaches and rolling hills which is easy to escape into. This one is perfectly situated on the beach of the east coast of the island Ærø, and offers scenic seaside views in the morning. 

Photo: VisitFyn - Mette Johnsen

Horne Næs Shelter

Located in the woods, on the southern coast of Fyn, with views over the ocean from steep cliffs, this shelter will leave you feeling closer to nature. With a water post, fireplace, restroom facilities and a parking lot, this shelter has all the necessary facilities for a family trip into the wild.



Havhytten at Hvide Klint

Close to Lynæs harbour, you will find a unique shelter situated on the water in Roskilde fjord - perfect for a quick break. Bring your picnic basket for a day of kayaking, canoeing or paddle boarding, and rest up without having to travel ashore. 

Mosskov Shelter
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Shelters by Mosskov Pavillion

Wake up to the sounds of birds chirping in the lush forest of Mosskov, and go for a swim in Store Okssø, just 700 metres from the shelters, to take in the natural wonders of Northern Jutland. 


The floating shelter, Copenhagen

You don't have to leave the city to get a wild shelter experience. Fall asleep to a sunset on the water in the Copenhagen canals and wake up to quacking ducks, ready for another day of exploring the Danish capital. 

Photo: Michael Fiukowski & Sarah Moritz

Hegnet, Tåsinge

Wake up in the middle of unspoiled nature with a 180 degree ocean view, and feel yourself merge with nature. It's the perfect shelter for an overnight stay if you're cycling the N8 Baltic Sea route. 

Rørvig Centrets Shelter
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Rørvig Centrets Shelter

Rørvig, North Zealand is known for its warm atmosphere and wavy sand dunes, making it a summer hot spot. Now, you can spend the night close to the beach in a shelter with a beautifully designed thatched roof.