It was about time to go on the next trip! We’ve been looking all over Europe (as it was supposed to be a short trip) but couldn’t decide on where to go, when we had a stroke of luck that showed us the direction.  Sebastian has always wanted to show me Denmark, where I’ve never been before but he has spent almost every childhood summer, but we needed a car. Luckily  „Sterni“ appeared – a small van with a bed and big tent! Let the vanlife camping (in April!) begin…

Happy vanlife

Our first destination was Agger – tiny village in the Thy National Park surrounded by the North Sea, 3 lakes and canals. It didn’t need a lot of time to comletely relax and slow down there.

Agger beach

We’ve spend some days lying in the sun, reading, talking, walking around empty beaches and streets and eating great fish!

tiny cute fisher houses

our fisher – the origins of foodtrucks

cute houses everywhere

sand dunes and crazy wind

We’ve quickly got to know the Danish word „hygge“ – enjoying life’s simple pleasures. A cosy well-being, like sitting by the fireplace or candles, looking at the waves of the sea, cooking with friends…and we’ve happily tuned into it.

Agger – water wherever you look

more fish in Vorupør …delicious!

Vorupør – bluest kind of blue

We’ve moved around Thy National Park a bit to see other beaches, the most beautiful horses, the Cold Hawaii of Denmark – Klitmøller and it’s surfers and eat hot dogs and soft ice.

hipster horses

Cold Hawaii – Klitmøller

windy Klitmøller

After a while we’ve driven direction Baltic Sea on the other cost with the first stop in Aarhus, Denmarks second largest city. We’ve absolutely fallen in love with the ARoS Museum of Modern Art and Olafur Eliassons Rainbow Panorama. But also other exhibitions were breathtaking! An absolute recommendation!

Rainbow Panorama – Olafur Eliasson – ARoS, Aarhus

Happiness in pink – Rainbow Panorama – Olafur Eliasson – ARoS, Aarhus

ARoS Focus/New Nordic: Jani Leinonen

There wasn’t enough time to go to Copenhagen, so we’ve spent a few last days on beaches of the warmer and much more quiet Baltic Sea. We are already thinking about our next  trips with Sterni… vanlife is so hygge!

Hou – Baltic Sea