Gråsten

Syddanmark (Southern Denmark)

Gråsten

Gråsten is a town in south Denmark on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula, near the Nybøl Nor, at an entrance of the Flensburg Fjord. It has a population of 4,234 (1 January 2014). It is in the municipality of Sønderborg in the Region of Southern Denmark. The village lies almost exactly at the middle of a triangle formed by Aabenraa, Flensburg, and Sønderborg Castle. Grsten is linked to Egernsund by the Egernsund Bridge, which spans the Egern Strait. The city is the origin of the Gravenstein apple.

Are you thinking of taking a trip to Grasten, Denmark? This travel planner will provide you all of the necessary information. Grasten is a short distance from Billund, Denmark's largest city. Add Billund to your holiday itinerary; it has a diverse range of attractions to offer, including Legoland, Lalandia, and the Givskud Zoo. In Grasten, a holiday typically lasts 1-2 days.

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