List of extreme points of Denmark

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This is a list of the extreme points of Denmark: the points that are farther north, south, east or west than any other location.

Latitude and longitude[edit]

Jutland Peninsula[edit]

This includes only land on the Jutland peninsula – land that is part of mainland Europe:

Following a flood in 1825, the northernmost part of Jutland is actually an island.

European Union[edit]

This includes only land in the European Union, also called Denmark proper, excluding Greenland and the Faroe Islands which are considered separate countries:

All territories[edit]

Danish territory includes the island of Kaffeklubben, the northernmost permanent piece of land on earth. There are several temporary gravel banks marginally further north, such as Oodaaq, but these are not included here.

Gedser is also the southernmost point of Scandinavia and the Nordic countries.



Only public transportation.

Direction Airport Railway station
North Aalborg Skagen
South Sønderborg Rødby Færge
West Esbjerg Victoria Street Station (Lemvig Municipality)
East Rønne Copenhagen Airport Station


Follow the coordinate links and see on maps that these are extreme points and have no location further beyond.

See also[edit]