The city of Vejle is surrounded by some of Denmark’s most magnificent and varied natural scenery – ready to be explored by bicycle, canoe or on foot. Beech forests roll into the sea along the inlet. And nestled among the hills are the river valleys of Grejsdalen and Vejle Ådal and the lakes of Fårup Sø and Rørbæk Sø. Winding through this majestic landscape is the Ancient Road, starting at the springs of the rivers of Gudenåen and Skjern Å and continuing through the woodlands to the wide-open sandy heathlands of Randbøl Hede. The Vejle region has something for everyone. Here you can go sailing, angling and golfing or enjoy family seaside fun.
Frederikshåb Plantage (woodland). © VisitVejle1/11
Skjern Å Kanofart (canoeing on Skjern Å)2/11
Randbøl Hede (heath). © VisitVejle3/11
Kongens Kær wetlands. © VisitVejle4/11
The Vejlefjord Bridge. © VisitVejle5/11
The Vejle Inlet6/11
Hvidbjerg Beach. © VisitVejle7/11
Gorilla Park Vejle8/11
Høll Beach. © VisitVejle9/11
Rands Fjord. © VisitVejle11/11
Considering a hiking holiday – or perhaps just a leisurely nature walk? Six leaflets with scenic hiking routes and nature walks in Vejle will help you on your way.
The best way to experience nature is from the saddle of a bicycle – with experiences for the whole family. Follow your heart or follow the signposted cycle routes.
Whether a tender-footed beginner or a club-swinging pro you’ll enjoy great golfing experiences within an easy 30 km drive from Vejle – from Pay & Play to major parkland golf courses.
If fishing tackle is part of your holiday kit then why not try your luck at angling from the shore or in one of the region’s lakes, streams or Put & Take offerings?
The skies are blue, the birds are singing and it’s time for sun-blessed outdoor living. So pack your picnic basket and head for one of the many scenic picnic spots in the Vejle region.
Everywhere you go there are scenic views. Stop at one of the many viewpoints in the region and enjoy amazing vistas over the inlet, lakes and river valleys.