The camping ground is situated on the outskirts of the little old village Sevel.
To walk to the thirteenth century ruin - the Benediktiner-convent: Stubber kloster at the lake: Stubbergård sø - is a quiet extraordinary experience. You are walking trough a unique scenery of lake and moor, with grazing cattle and lots of birds life. You will feel like being in the early times, when the nuns were living here.
The church in Sahl is, with its famous golden alter, an interesting visit, which is worth offering some time on.
The greatest thing worth seeing in this part of the country is the open-air museum Hjerl Hede, which must be offered a hole day of your holiday. From the end of June to the middle of August the museum is brought to life by at least 100 people. Dressed up in traditional costumes, they will show how life was going on during earlier centuries. Here also is the possibility of a ride in a carriage. You can bring your own picnic basket or you can visit the restaurant, which is made in the old house ‘Skyttegården’.
A rainy day could be god to spend under the ground. Go and visit either Daugbjerg or Mønsted kalkgruber, which each in its own way is worth a visit.
A visit at the restored Middle-age castle with moats, monks and knights will be a very fine experience for children and childish souls. At the castle-museum there will be a good possibility of learning about life during the sixteenth century in Denmark. Also look at

Sevel Camping, Halallé 6, Sevel, 7830 Vinderup
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