It is possible to hire horses at riding schools and centers almost everywhere in Denmark. Many riding schools offer riding holidays as well as hiring out horses for short treks.
Denmark has around 130 golf courses. Foreign visitors are welcome, on presentation of a valid membership card from their home club.
These are widespread throughout Denmark. Some offer medical and physiotherapeutic treatment, others simply recreation in beautiful and quiet surroundings.
Denmark has excellent facilities for both freshwater and saltwater fishing with sea fishing tours being arranged with local fishermen easily. The Denmark country has a 7500 km long coastline which offers with ample fishing opportunities. Fishing rights in lakes and streams are though privately owned but are available for a day or week cards for rent. A fishing license is required in all cases which can be obtained from Danish post offices, local tourist offices and angling shops.
Of one of the Denmark unique things nude bathing is quite common at Danish seaside resorts. At some of the beaches where nude bathing is not officially allowed, bathers are called to show a concern and follow the directions of the local guards. The only beaches where it is actually prohibited are Henne Strand and Holmsland Klit. At Bellevue Beach in the metropolitan area, walking in the nude is prohibited while bathing or sunbathing in the nude is not.
Water sports are popular in the region with long inlets and protected shores on the Danish coast which provide with easy conditions for windsurfing. Facilities for sailing are excellent: over 500 yachting harbors can be found along the coast and anchorage is allowed at a further 500 islands.
Denmark is a land which is gifted with lots of good beaches and lots of wind. Denmark's coastline provides a lot of variety, from sheltered areas with shallow water to windy open water and areas of wild waves.
For those who like their cycling flat this is paradise, with more than 10,000km of marked paths along tracks, old railways and quiet roads. There are 10 national routes covering the whole country and countless regional and local routes. One of the most scenic long distance routes is the 800km Baltic Route, part of the international North Sea Route which goes through seven countries. Copenhagen and Berlin are now linked by a 610km cycle route.