Skagen is a classic seaside town – Danish style. Located at the very tip of the Jutland Peninsula, at the meeting point of the North and Baltic seas, it enjoys a peaceful and secluded feeling – perfect if you’re looking to get away from it all on one of our Skagen cruises. It’s a favourite holiday destination for Danes, too, which is perhaps no surprise thanks to its proliferation of immersive galleries and museums, sea-view restaurants serving up delicious local seafood and windy coastal paths ideal for discovering by bike. In fact, Skagen has always held a charming appeal – in the 19th century, it was well-known for attracting artists and writers, who flocked to the town for its bewitching light and craggy landscape. Soak up the atmosphere on Grenen Beach, where you can plant a foot in each of the two seas which converge here. You can’t swim because of the ferocious currents, but you can take blustery strolls along the curving sand bay, perhaps stopping for a snack at the delicious restaurant along the way. The architecture in Skagen is delightfully traditional, with its red rooves and bright yellow facades. Make sure to pay a visit to Anchers Hus, which houses over 250 works of art from international artists.