Filsø Lake & Lunch 2020


For guests who are fond of walking tours, we are hosting a special lunch event with a guided tour of the Filsø lake area followed by lunch at renowned Henne Kirkeby Kro.
Work up a good appetite as you explore the beautiful scenic area surrounding our venue.

About the lunch event
The Filsø Lake & Lunch event can be booked on the following date:

Thursday 3rd September, 2020

10 am: starting time
Event participants meet at Nørreenge Rasteplads (rest area), Kærgårdvej 6b, Oksbøl.
Nature guide Merete Vigen will lead a guided tour departing from here. Duration: 2½ hours
Afterwards, Merete will accompany participants to Henne Kirkeby Kro.

12.30 pm: lunch
After lunch, you can stroll through the gardens around Henne Kirkeby Kro.


Price: DKK 800 per person, not including drinks


About the guided tour

The first part of the walk goes through Løvklit featuring the sanded-up oak trees of Kærgård Plantation. At this site, Merete Vigen will tell about the unique landscape created by drifting sands that once affected large sections of Denmark’s west coast. The walk continues to Petersholm Birdwatching Tower on Filsø Lake, where it is possible to see red deer and hear more about the nature restoration of Filsø. We finish the tour at two beautiful architectural gems – the Ellipse Bridge and Filsø Nature Centre – before heading to Henne Kirkeby Kro for a delightful lunch. The walk is about 4 km long. Duration: 2½ hours.

About assembly point & Merete Vigen

http://map.krak.dk/m/nWeAM

Event participants meet at Nørreenge Rasteplads (rest area), Kærgårdvej 6b, Oksbøl.

About Merete Vigen: Merete is a cultural nature guide based in west Jutland who specialises in the Filsø area, but she is also an adept communicator of the landscapes, wildlife, art and history extending from Skallingen in the south to Ringkøbing Fjord in the north. Merete has informed guests at Henne Kirkeby Kro for a number of years. Further details are available on www.meretevigen.dk

About Filsø

Henne Kirkeby Kro is situated right next to unique Filsø Lake, which was restored in 2012 and now covers 915 hectares. The restoration helped turn Filsø into a high-diversity lake with 52 different plant species.

If you have any questions or wish to book, please call +45 7525 5400, or
send an email to info@hennekirkebykro.dk