After the great success of the oyster tour in the Wadden Sea, we would now like to offer you a bus tour to the oldest town in Denmark: Ribe.

The tour is planned for June 24th, 2023 and of course dogs are also very welcome.


We would like to discover well-known and lesser-known attractions in southern Jutland.

On Saturday, June 24th, 2023, a coach will pick up all whom are interested, at the pitch and invite them on a journey of discovery. This first stop leads to the nearby island of Rømø. If you want, you can visit the “Kommandørgraben” there – an old captain’s yard from the 18th century, which today serves as an outstation of the Danish National Museum and conveys everyday life in the era of Danish whalers.

The journey then continues along the coast via the futuristic Vadehavscenter near Vester Vedsted, which opened only a few years ago. And then the last stop ist – of course – Ribe.

Denmark’s oldest city benefited from Denmark’s most important North Sea port for many centuries. The old town is still rich in churches and merchant houses today. Our German tour guide follows these traces during the guided city tour. It goes to the open-air museum VikingeCenter with its reconstructed long houses and the magnificent Riber Cathedral.

Afterwards there will of course be enough time for activities on your own. Around 3 p.m. after our bus tour, we arrive back at our camping pitch, where around 4 p.m. our “Womo-Koch” Ralf heats up the grill on the large covered terrace to end the day appropriately and comfortably. There will be neck steaks and grilled sausages, along with his legendary ratatouille. Guests can bring their own drinks.



Key Data

  • Date: 06/24/2023
  • Price p.P.: 200,- DK (ca. 27,- EUR) without extra entrance fees
  • Minimum number of participants: 20 Persons

If you are interested, you can book by mail or phone.

Phone: +45 92 44 43 43
Email: kontakt@vadehavscamping.dk


We look forward to a nice trip with you!

Your team from Vadehavscamping