White sandy beaches as far as the eye can see. The last row of dunes before the water can be reached in just three minutes by foot from the town centre. From them you can view the North Sea and the beach all year round. There is lots of room for the children to build sandcastles on the beach in Søndervig and for the adults to chill out or go swimming. You do not need to lie packed like sardines even on a sunny day. The beach is long and wide with many bunkers spread along the water’s edge.
The beach is never the same and changes from day to day. A storm from the west can change the beach in a matter of hours and the waves will wash amber, pierced stones, mussel shells and other interesting things up on the white sand. From Easter until the autumn break there is access to the beach via a terrain carpet that makes it possible for everyone, including those with difficulty walking, wheelchairs and baby carriages, to go down to the beach and feel the sand between their toes.