Den Permanente

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Den Permanente, separated from the forest of Riis Skov by the railway line of Aarhus Nærbane.

Den Permanente (English: the permanent) is a popular seabath and beach in Aarhus, Denmark.

Den Permanente is situated below the restaurant of Sjette Frederiks Kro in the woodland park of Riis Skov and is separated from the forest by the railway line of Aarhus Nærbane. The sandy beach in and around the seabath, is rather small and enclosed by long stretches of rocky sea walls north and south.

Sports associations[edit]

The seabath itself was built in 1933 and is currently used by three sport associations:[1]

The seabath is only open to the general public in summer. In the daytime hours from late June to mid August to be more precise.[1]


  1. ^ a b Den Permanente Aarhus Municipality (Danish)

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Coordinates: 56°10′36″N 10°13′54″E / 56.17667°N 10.23167°E / 56.17667; 10.23167