I posted about the German Island Sylt before. Rømø is its slightly poorer sister on the Danish side of the border. It is a small island that can be reached over a dam from the Danish mainland. Its seaward side is totally covered by sand, creating a vast beach on which you can drive your car. I spent a week there once in June. Sylt is easily accessible with a ferry that takes only half an hour, but the rents are much cheaper on Rømø. The island is sparsely populated, only about 600 people live there constantly. Tourists come there for the beach and Kitesurfing, but away from the water most of the island is very quiet, even during high season. Iceland horses are available for trail rides through the beautiful heath- and pine-covered inland, I can only recommend to do that if you ever get there. I also recomment the incredibly good cinnamon buns and going to Sylt for a day.
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These pictures where taken with a Canon Power Shot.