Darum Camping is situated on the outskirts of Darum town, which is one of the largest villages in the country – located beside the Wadden Sea in the beautiful natural surroundings of the marshland between Esbjerg and Ribe.
There are plenty of opportunities for walks and bike rides, for instance to Sneum lock, where the Sneum Å river runs out into the Wadden Sea. Sneum lock is next to one of the best places for bird-watching in Denmark, a large shallow clay pit lake with small islands, which draws a considerable number of breeding birds.
St. Darum boasts many old and well-maintained houses and farms, as well as a beautiful medieval church, the oldest part of which was constructed around the year 1200. From the church, you can walk along the old church path out through Sønderbyen to the open fields and marshy areas by the Wadden Sea.
A stay at Darum Camping is also an excellent base for visits to places like Ribe - the oldest town in Denmark – or Esbjerg, the youngest city in the country.
Ribe was founded during the Viking Age. A stroll through the old city centre allows you to take in a lot of history along with beautiful ancient buildings and plenty of charm.
Esbjerg is the fifth largest town in Denmark. It has excellent shopping, as well as the longest pedestrian street in the country. Don't miss Esbjerg harbour and the Fisheries and Maritime Museum; and why not treat yourself to a seal safari on the Wadden Sea.
The islands of Fanø, Mandø and Rømø are also well worth a visit.