Doverodde Marine is a little yachting harbour/marina with room for 100 boats. It is situated in an area of great natural beauty and cultural interest along the coast, on the Limfjord, in Doverodde. At the entrance to Doverodde you can see the 7-8000 years old stone age slope. Here you also find the largest group of burial mounds in Denmark. The place has been centre for the trade of corn and cattle between Denmark and England. That is why the grocer's, with a landing stage has exsisted since 1848.
There has been established an experience centre around the grocer's store, as a unique tourist attraction of the area. From the silo you have got a magnificent view across the marina and the landscape. Doverodde Marina has been assigned the “Blue Flag” since 1991, as a special sign for quality of facilities and environment. The room of the sailing club is available for guest, providing kitchen, public bathroom and toilets. At the harbour you will find a disposal site, which is open for residents as well as for guests. This includes an emptying arrangement of your waste water. There is also internet for the guests. The harbour fee is DKK 130,- a day, incl. disposal of waste. Please put the money into the letter box at the club house.
7760 Hurup Thy
Blue Flag Marinas (2011)