What must you simply see or do before you die (or go home)? Below, we set out suggestions for the funniest activities and best taste experiences for a family holiday at the Odder Coast.
Do you need ideas for weekend trips, tips for a cosy day off or inspiration for your family holiday, then take a look at our activities for children here.
If you feel like playing outside we set out suggestions below for what you can do in Odder, whether you are at the coast, in town or somewhere in between.
And as a reward, you will receive a medal which you can proudly display to family and friends when you get back to the mainland, you landlubber!
A wonderful experience for the whole family. We will travel to the sound of horses' hooves at a pace where the soul can follow. It provides peace and ...
In Odder, the nearest playground is never far afield and, naturally, some are better than others. To help you, we have selected seven of the most popu...
A splendid garden for both adults and children. The garden stretches to 20 acres of countryside and is Scandinavia’s largest public organic garden. Th...
The fountain at the square in Odder is just one of many places where you can splash around water. There are actually lots of places to bathe here. Even when the weather is not beach weather.
Start your search here. Try Odder’s very own ice-cream at Folkebistroen – made from organic produce and the berries in season – or one of the other places that has ice-cream on the menus.
Play crazy golf on Danmarks ældste minigolfbane, if you like competitions and games. You can also have an ice-cream at the kiosk. Or let your family members take on each other in a game of crolf which is a combination of croquet and golf.
Find the old bear grotto in Rathlousdal forest and take in the manor house atmosphere of the old manor, Rathlousdal.
Visit Odder Bibliotek which has a play area and books in Danish, English and German. Here, you will also find computers and wifi which are free to use. The playground outside the library is particularly suited for younger children.
Spend a day in nature in the forests, beaches and hills of Sondrup and enjoy the beautiful views.
Go to Saksild Beach and take a refreshing swim in the sea. Or play and paddle at the water’s edge while digging moats and building sandcastles. There is easy access to one of Denmark’s most child-friendly, sandy beaches – also for those bringing buggies or prams. Most coastal areas around Odder are free and open to everyone.
Try one of the playgrounds in the area. Mølleparken at Odder Museum has a large open space with everything from swings, climbing towers and seesaws to sandboxes, slides, playhouses and tables and benches.
The pier at the port of Norsminde is just one of several super places to catch crabs in Odder. You actually only need a bucket, a piece of string, a clothes peg and a couple of slices of cold meat to catch crabs.
Wake up to bird song a short distance away from playgrounds and beaches.In a holiday cottage, caravan, tent or wooden huts. The choice is yours.
A good, family-oriented caravan site typically has at least one playground and lots of activities nearby which can keep the children busy and where they might even meet new playmates.
A summer house is the perfect setting for your holiday in Odder. Staying in a cosy holiday home invites to relaxation, tranquillity and new experiences regardless of the season. Find and book available summer houses for both warm summers and cold winters here.