Løgstør is an old market town and is located in the Limfjord. Løgstør is also known as the town of mussels. The port of the city was formerly a fishing village where fishermen fished herring in the Limfjord until the breakthrough of Agger Tange made the Limfjord too salty to fish for herring.
In the years 1855-61, the canal, shovel and shovel excavated Frederik VII's canal - a canal of 4.4 km and it has a width of 24-28 meters. In 1913, however, the canal was closed, and is now preserved and part of it is dedicated as a beautiful beach. The canal also offers a rich bird and plant life.
Løgstør is also home to the Limfjord Museum, which is definitely worth a visit.
2020: It costs DKK 150 for an overnight stay