Sæby harbor and city
There is a good reason for why Sæby is called Little Skagen. Here you also have the beach, sea, beautiful yellow houses, music events and cafés. But here is not quite as crowdy and more peaceful. Sæby is beautiful and cozy eg when the flag is played down at the harbor every evening at 21 o'clock (in the periode 22/6 - 13/8).
City life and shops
If you want go shopping in northern Jutland, especially one of Denmark's longest pedestrian streets in Frederikshavn will impress. If you are more into chain stores and shopping malls, you can take a trip to Aalborg which has it all. You can also cycle or walk along Hedebo beach to Sæby's harbor and the square with small cozy shops.
Find amber and listen to true stories about the gold of the sea at Sæby, when the amber polisher shows you the museum and demonstrates how he produces amber for jewelry. The trip ends at the beach. All Thursdays 6/7 - 3/8 at 19-21 o'clock. Sign up at +4598445527. Watch video about amber
Strandby Fish Auction
All weekdays at 7:30 and again at 9.30 in the summer months you may visit Strandby Fish Auction, where you will have rich opportunity to watch and buy seafood from the Kattegat. If you want to bid on today's catch, you must clearly make the auctioneer aware of that. Address: Auktionskaj 7, 9970 Strandby.
With our attractive location in the heart of North Jutland you are not far from many good golf courses, eg in Aalborg, Frederikshavn, Sæby and Hvide Klit. As a guest at Hedebo Strand Camping, you play Sæby Golf Club for a reduced green fee. Find out more about green fees and golf courses at the reception.
During the summer, a number of major sporting events will be held in North Jutland. Eg Sæby marathon and DM in team badminton. The area is also known for its skilled ice hockey teams. Read about your next active holiday and events in our calendar and your possibility for overnight accommodations.
Museums and attractions
The Michael Ancher Museum and the sandburied church in Skagen, The Art of Aalborg, The fort of Bangsbo, Sæbygaard Castle, Sæby coast museum etc are a drive from the campsite. You can also get a guided tour of Sæby and hear about artists (eg author Henrik Ibsen) who sought peace in our idyllic little coastal town.
Aalborg Zoo and North Sea Oceanarium
If you are into wild animals, there is also something for you in North Jutland. Spend a day at Aalborg Zoo (50 km from Hedebo) with eg the polar bears. In Bindslev (30 km) you will find the Eagle World with birds of prey, and in Hirtshals (55 km) you can see fish and seals in the North Sea Oceanarium.
Nature at Sæby close to Skagen
Understed Hills are located in our backyard, Kattegat in the front yard and the forests surround our campsite. Here are good opportunities to get up the pulse through swimming, horse and bike riding. Or to get the pulse down by enjoying the deep silence of the forest or the flowers in Nellemann's Garden.
Grenen close to Skagen
Skagen and not least Grenen is known in Denmark and abroad and is therefore a popular tourist destination. If you are into many people, restaurants, museums and shopping, you can go on a day trip (eg in week 29, called the Hellerup week) to Denmark's northernmost point. 50 km from Hedebo Strand Camping.
Go to the in- and outdoor sea
If you do not want to swim in the Kattegat at Hedebo beach or in our water park with the 20 m high surfhill, you can take a small trip to Frederikshavn and Denmark's only palm beach. In Sæby there is a large indoor swimming pool with wellness and café where you can spend a rainy day.
The city of Frederikshavn
Make a trip to our neighbor town, Frederikshavn, and visit museums and other attractions such as the Bangsbo fort. From here you can also travel to Sweden and Norway, as the ferries to our two Scandinavian neighbor countries sail a few km from Hedebo Strand Camping. Watch a video from the city.