Enjoy a selection of 7 soft cakes, 7 dry cakes and 7 hard cakes, like they did in the end of the 1800 and the beginning of the 1900.
This Southern Jutlandic tradition started in the 1870s and became a trademark for this part of Denmark in the years up to 1920. During this period Southern Jutland belonged to Germany and there was only few possibilities for ‘being Danish’ together with fellow countrymen. Thus, the gatherings around the traditional afternoon tea and coffee became popular.
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Distance: 31.8 km
The campsite only offers 45 units, is placed near the edge of a forest, and is surrounded by tall beechwood trees.
Distance: 27.2 km
Modern youth hostel with newly renovated rooms, good beds and wifi throughout the building. Historic building located a ten-minute walk from the historic centre of Haderslev but still in the middle of nature. The large garden at the youth hostel borders Haderslev Dam. Opportunities for different activities on site.
Distance: 27.1 km
Haderslev Camping is a small, but cosy 3-star camping area which lies in picturesque location near the lake, Haderslev Dam, and is located only 10-12 minutes from Haderslev’s historic centre.