With 8,700km of coastline, Denmark boasts wild beaches and secluded coves as well as many inland swimming spots. Its waters scored 91.9% as excellent, making them some of the cleanest open water spots in Europe.
This is the perfect opportunity to take to the charming city of Copenhagen, see the sights and benefit from its well managed bathing zones, equipped with both floodlights, buoys, rescue posts, and rescue ladders. The perfect spot to stop by for a swim on a sunny day, there zones are also less crowded than many other spots. Or head down to one of the many rugged beaches and take a dip in the fresh oceans.
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