Beach life and active holiday at the Gateway to Scandinavia!

Harrislee is the perfect starting point for  cycling trips and hikes by the Flensburg Firth. This is where the Ox RoadGendarme Path, Border RouteFördesteig – and many more trails meet. Take in the picturesque scenery along the Danish border, enjoy the panoramic views of the firth and discover the region’s cultural gems.

Be sure not to miss copper mill industrial museum. Marvel at the wonderful workers’ quarters, which are now protected landmarks, and do not miss the exciting guided tour through the museum. A number of exhibits tell the 400-year story of the factory and settlement.

After visiting the museum, take a dip and relax at the most family-friendly beach in the firth region at „Wassersleben“ where you can also enjoy stunning views. This tourist-tax-free beach is patrolled by seasonal lifeguards and offers free parking, a beach volleyball court, beach football goals and, of course, a playground.

Harrislee is a shopping Mecca for Danish guests. The area’s many border shops offer typical Scandinavian products – from pickled herring and various types of licorice to authentic Danish hot dogs. Here you can shop in true Scandinavian style. Visitors can take a pleasant stroll through the Harrislee town square and enjoy the several shops, restaurants and cafés.

Our tourism packages:
Monuments of Danish history

From the Danish settlement to the border city. Explore the Flensburg Firth region through the lens of Danish history. Why is Flensburg German today? What exactly is the Danevirke? Where is the Gateway to the North? Get to the bottom of these and other questions on this cultural excursion.

Package includes:1 x night at the Best Western Hotel des Nordens, 1 x breakfast, 1 x admission & tour of the copper mill industrial museum, 1 x admission to wellness centre for relaxation, 1 x three course dinner at the hotel, 1 x admission & tour of Danevirke, 1 x admission & tour of Wikingerdorf Haithabu

Price: from €159 per person for a double room
Number of participants: 15 or more