Lovely sandy beach next to the North Sea. At Thorsminde Beach, floating lines are laid out in the North Sea in summer. They form a giant "swimming pool", which gives you more safety than at other beaches along the West Coast. Thorsminde is a sandy beach with dunes. The beach has a disability path, where people with walking difficulties and wheelchair users can get closer to the water. There are parking spaces, toilets, a restaurant, kiosk and barbecue right by the beach. A few minutes away there is also a harbour, summer cottages and a campsite and the St George Stranding Museum, which tells the dramatic story of the greatest stranding disaster ever, when 1300 sailors perished in 1811.
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