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On the southernmost tip of Agger Tange, you'll find our visitor center, Svanholmhus. It's located at the ferry port and is built with sustainable architecture in harmony with the rugged surroundings.
The house hosts a permanent photo exhibition showcasing the unique birdlife of the area. Agger Tange lies on the migration route of many birds along the Jutland west coast, and the open landscape of the spit is a haven for countless waterfowl and waders during spring and autumn as they migrate to breeding grounds and winter quarters. Many shorebirds also nest on the spit, which is why large areas are closed to the public during the breeding season from April 1st to July 15th.
You can see and read about many of the characteristic birds of the spit in the beautiful photos adorning the walls of Svanholmhus. There's also a large map where you can see where the featured species can be observed on the spit.
The stunning photos were taken by photographers like Helge Sørensen, Jens Kristian Kjærgård, Mads Syndergaard, and Henrik Haaning Nielsen.
You can use the restroom, refill your water bottle, and sit in shelter from rain and wind while gathering strength for your journey through the national park or waiting for the ferry. You can also find free brochures in the house.
And from the roof of the house, there is almost always a view of seals on the sandbanks to the east. Don't forget to bring your binoculars.
Aggervej 35, 7770 Vestervig
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Opening hours: Every day, year-round, from 6:00 AM until the last ferry has sailed.
You can use the restroom, refill your water bottle, and sit in shelter from rain and wind while gathering strength for your journey through the national park or waiting for the ferry. You can also find free brochures in the house. A visit here will be a good starting point for further exploration of the national park.
The house is not staffed.
See the ferry schedule to Thyborøn: Ferry