The Wadden Sea National Park is open for all – you may travel around freely, in the same way as when you visit any other place in Denmark. There are many opportunities to experience all the areas of the park and to get closer to its rich nature and culture.
National parks in Denmark When The Wadden Sea National Park was inaugurated, one of Denmark's unquestionably most important nature reserves became part of the Danish National Parksprogramme. The Wadden Sea National Park was the third out of five proposed national parks to be inaugurated, and is the largest national park in Denmark covering 146,600 hectares.
The park encompasses the Wadden Sea, the Wadden Sea islands, Skallingen, Varde Ådal, the area around Marbæk and part of the marshlands behind the dikes on