We drove up to Tønder on our way to Rømø. It is recommended you drive to Højer Sluse.as the site is an access point to the Tønder marsh and the Wadden Sea National Park. Here you get dressed with inspiration and knowledge about the area and the unique nature of the marshland. It’s a nice place to go, beautiful , historic, Panoramic, visceral, natural, interesting and costs nothing.
We literally spent twenty minutes there though as the sideways Baltic wind was a bit much to cope with and I highly recommend that you wear a coat or jacket just to keep you warm.
Next we drove to the Wadden Sea National Park on the west coast is part of UNESCO World Heritage and the National Park of Denmark. Behind the dikes lies the marshland, which has a very unique appearance with its bare and flat surface. During our drive along the coast where the grass can grow in the Wadden Sea, we saw lots of sheep and lamb grazing the rich land. It is said that while the sheep and lamb gets good nutrition from the plants that grow in the area, their meat has a very unique taste, which is considered a gastrointestinal experience.
As we made our way to Rømø, we drove along a road-like causeway, which is linked to the Danish mainland.
Lakølk beach is the most visited beach on Rømø. Here you can find the soft sand close to the water's edge. Intrigued and mesmerizing sand beaches.