Towards new heights in the Nature Play Park
Even before you have arrived, you get a glimpse the tower on Odelsbjerget, and you have no doubt that you are on your way to a nature play park beyond the usual. Just the thought of having to climb up the 8-metre-high tower and then slide down gives the children in the back seat butterflies in their stomachs.
Park in Juelsminde Nature Play Park's own car park, and then see if you can keep up when the children rush off to explore the toy ship Julle, balance on the Tarzan course, wobble, swing, etc. Buy a cup of coffee or a snack in the shop when you need a rest, for example, at the top of Odelsbjerget, where there is seating and an excellent view of Juelsminde town and the coast.
Lunch and crab racing at the marina
Head towards the town and the waterfront when you are hungry. You can easily walk there, but it is now nice to have the car close by when you later go home with tired children, and with free parking on the town’s main street, Odelsgade, it couldn’t be more convenient.
Stroll down Odelsgade, which is full of shops,
that inevitably make you slow down and send long glances in through the door before the children pull you along down towards the harbour. If you just want to get to the harbour and the beach as soon as possible, you can also choose to park at the opposite end of Odelsgade, where it meets Rousthøjs Allé, or simply on the street named Havnen.
With a view of pleasure boats gently rocking in the water, you can each order your favourites at either På Havnen or Restaurant Møllers. Once the fast eaters are done, they can compete on the crab racetrack right next door. Catch a crab with a line, clothes peg and bait in the form of a little Danish salami or a mussel, then set them free on the crabbing jetty, and see whose crab comes first.