The port of Agger is neighboring the North Sea, and it also means a beautiful sandy beach.
In the port of Agger there is a fishing shop, a summer restaurant and the Agger Holiday Center with its apartments and facilities such as tennis court and indoor swimming pool. The small fishing huts by the fjord give the place a special atmosphere.
Worth a visit is the church of Ager , which twice had to be moved because of a sand escape - most recently in 1838. Or take a tour of the Black Houses , where you can see more about the history of the area and coastal protection. The fisherman's house is a small museum that tells about the fishermen's life in the old days and about the building practice on the west coast.
About 5 kilometers from Agger harbor lies Vestervig Church , where Liden Kirsten is buried. The church is also Denmark's largest village church, and here is also Denmark's oldest sundial in the church wall.
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