COVID-19

The common room with the open fire place is open, but restrictions on the total number of persons in the room may apply.

The sanitation building will be cleaned an disinfected according to the governments guidelines.

The danish government offers free PCR tests for tourists in Viborg (20 min. from the campsite). If you wish to make use of that offer we can help you with further information.

You may enter Denmark and return home without any quarantine (read below for further details).

Crossing the border to Denmark

The restrictions upon crossing the border to Denmark loosens more and more. The key points are listed below:

OBS: Children under the age of 15 are exempt from the rules for a coronapas / test.

If you do not live in The Netherlands:

From June 26th: Free entry into Denmark without further restrictions, if you have either; a negative Covid-19 test (PCR: max. 72h old or antigen/quicktest: Max 48h old), antibodies after an infection or have been vaccinated.

If you live in The Netherlands:

  • If you have either: Antibodies after an infection or have been vaccinated, then you have Free entry into Denmark without further restrictions.
  • If you have a negative Covid-19 test (PCR: max. 72h old or antigen/quicktest: Max 48h old), then you required to take a test within 24 hours after entering Denmark. Testing in Denmark is free for everyone (this includes foreigners). Read more about the free testing below. Please note that Children under the age og 15 are exempt from the rules of testing.

Transit through Germany from the Netherlands to Denmark

You need to have have a negative Covid-19 test (PCR: max. 72h old or antigen/quicktest: Max 24h old) since the Netherlands is classified as a risk area. Kids under the age of 6 years are excempt from the testing requirements. (Source: Auswärtiges Amt and RKI.de)

Transit through Germany from Denmark to the Netherlands

If you have been in the Netherlands for the past 10 days:

  • You need to have have a negative Covid-19 test (PCR: max. 72h old or antigen/quicktest: Max 24h old) since the Netherlands is classified as a risk area. Kids under the age of 6 years are excempt from the testing requirements. (Source: Ausw√§rtiges Amt and RKI.de)

If your have not been in the Netherlands for the past 10 days (i.e. you have been in Denmark):

  • No testing is required.

Free testing in Denmark

If you are a dutch resident entering Denmark and are not vaccinated or having antibodies after an infection, then you must be tested within 24 hours of entry into Denmark. This is free for everyone, including residents of The Netherlands. Please note that Children under the age og 15 are exempt from the rules of testing.

How to get tested: Register your self on covidresults.dk and show up with your smartphone or a printout of the barcode from the website.

Where to be tested: There is a quick test center in (For a complete list of test centers in Denmark click here):

  • 9 km distance (Antigen/quicktest): Tjelevej 9, 8830 Tjele. Opening hours: Every day 9-19 (weekends are open too).
  • 17 km distance (Antigen/quicktest): Ammunitionsvej 6, 8800 Viborg. Opening hours: Every day 9-19 (weekends are open too).
  • 17 km distance (PCR test): Vinklevej 20, 8800 Viborg. Opening hours: Every day 9-20 (weekends are open too).

We are more than happy to help you with the website covidresults.dk and how to get to a local testcenter.

Reentry into The Netherlands from Denmark

Make sure you can show proof of vaccination or recovery. Otherwise, make sure you have a negative test result (a NAAT(PCR) test max 48h before departure, or a rapid antigen test max 24h before departure). (rijksoverheid.nl).

Reentry into Germany from Denmark

After holiday in Denmark you need a either need a vaacination, antibodies after an infection or a negative testresult (you can get a free test in Denmark) and upload it to einreiseanmeldung.de. In other words: You do not need to self-quaranteene when returning to Germany from Denmark.

Reentry into Germany from Denmark

Please contact us if you have any questions.

Last updated Aug. 7. 2021.