Denmark

Cool waters of North and Baltic Seas prevent many kilometres of white sandy beaches from being a year-round mecca of sunbathers, and latest EU quotas make farming on once drained marshlands less viable, so the natural landscape is slowly returning to what it has always been on the Jutland peninsula and many of the islands that constitute Denmark. The Danes are quite eco-conscious people: eternal wind is being caught by the turbines, and bicycles are dominating the traffic in any corner of the country. Copenhagen is the only really big city in the country, thus many small towns, old and modern alike, can be admired by a connoisseur.

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Ommel

Ommel

Ommel is a village on the Danish island Ærø, popular destination for hiking and cycling because of its picturesque landscapes and good weather.