Anne-Sofie Rasmussen, press and event coordinator for VisitDenmark, noted the flat landscape of the area makes it the perfect destination for those who like to travel by two wheels.
The industry figure advised: "If you travel in the summer, I would definitely head for the beaches - they are lovely in that part. Then the city of Ebeltoft is very nice."
Those feeling peckish might want to try traditional Danish open sandwiches that consist of rye bread with various toppings, she added.
A recent press release from VisitDenmark reported Djursland in the eastern corner of Jutland boasts more than 150 km of sandy white beaches, along with dense forest and rolling farmland.
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