Sandersvig Camping & Tropeland
Christiansfeld, which is known for its special church, well and building style and of course the gingerbread cakes, is 12 km from the square. On July 4, 2015, Chriristansfeld was named World Heritage by UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee.
There are opportunities for tours of the city.
Haderslev is town 15 km from Sandersvig Camping. It’s a nice market town with a beautiful cathedral for which our Queen Margrethe designed the church textiles. The old town of Haderslev is also worth a walk. Lots of shops at the pedestrian street.
Skamlingsbanken is South Jutland’s highest point, and one of the country’s major national memorials.
The beautiful nature and view of the entire area between Christiansfeld and Kolding certainly make it worth a visit.
Less than 5 km from the campside is the beautifully restored Sillerup mill. during the high season there are many activities, including days for families with children.
Photo J. Peyk
TRAPHOLT is a museum of modern art, design and crafts. The Musset was opened in 1988 and is located in a beautiful park overlooking Kolding Fjord. Trapholt exhibits changing exhibitions with art, design and crafts and has a large collection of Danish furniture designs. www.trapholt.dk
Close to Koldinghus is a park with a big playground. The park for children and adults are open year-round.
Bring your own food and coffee and enjoy it in one of the three activity houses.
Parking on the other side of Nrd. Ring road with tunnel access to the play park.