Skagen Cruise Port

Port of Skagen: An Overview

If you never make it past the beach in Skagen, you'll still have spent the day well. But, this artsy town has much more to offer visitors looking to experience Danish culture, both traditional and modern. Throughout the decades, the town's stunning landscape has inspired an artistic community that has resulted in a crop of galleries and museums, as well as the preservation of a number of historic sights.

--By Shayne Thompson, Cruise Critic contributor

  • Skagen: Seabourn Quest
    Bobbygregg
    We just did a long walk to the sunken church. We should have rented bicycles so that we could also have done the meeting of the waters. ... Read more
  • Skagen: Queen Elizabeth
    30thanniversarycruiser
    It's a really cute Scandinavian village. Free shuttles to town center or easily walkable. Fun day. ... Read more
  • Skagen: Queen Elizabeth
    Spudbex
    Fabulous place, very tourist orientated. We overheard someone walking in saying that it looked like Bicester Village and we couldn't have agreed more. It is very pretty, and the Danes are all extremely friendly. No need for a tender as they have ... Read more
  • Skagen: Vision of the Seas
    Cetera
    We did the trip to Voegaard Castle. It was about a 45 minute bus ride from the port. Along the way we stopped at the remnants of an old church as well. The castle was filled with not Danish, but mainly French and Chinese artifacts the family had ... Read more