Øer strand (beach) on the south-Eastern tip of the Djursland peninsula offers white sandy beaches with safe swimming.
Standard rules apply during the summer months where your dog must stay on a lead whilst on the beach, however, your dog can run free & enjoy the sand, sea & walking areas along the many kilometres of beautiful coastline.
Denmark has always welcomed dogs on its beaches and allows dogs on all its beaches, all year round, as long as they are on a lead between 1st April and 30th September. During this time, dogs can only swim free out in deeper water, as long as it is over the low-tide line, only on non-Blue Flag beaches.
Dogs are allowed to swim on Blue Flag beaches from 16th September to 31 May.
Note: In April and from 16-30 September, dogs can only be let off the lead to swim on Blue Flag beaches over the low-tide line, as on all Danish beaches.