Denmark encompasses over 400 spectacular islands in and around it, which give it numerous coastal towns and a trail of gorgeous beaches. Out of the 70 inhabited, here are a few chosen, most captivating Danish Islands.
Mon's klint, an awe-striking expanse of chalky white cliffs is the identity of Mon island. Ethereal beaches, forestry and ancient churches add more drama to its beauty.
Appearing like an artist's canvas, Faroe island is a paradise for nature lovers, hikers and bird-watchers. Surprisingly, it encompasses several volcanic islands.
The largest island in the world, Greenland is majorly covered with humongous glaciers. Dog sledging is a popular adventure here.
Copenhagen's suburbs are mostly set in the lively Amagar island, renowned for Dragor's ancient and delightful fishing hamlet.
Celebrated as the Garden of Denmark, Funen Island is home to more than a hundred castles. The most prominent of them all, is the magical Egeskov Castle.
Denmark's capital, Copenhagen is situated in this enchanting island, Zealand, which is also home to fossil-rich cliffs like the famous Stevns Klint.
An eminent wedding capital of Europe, Aero Island is perfect for a dreamy stay at the hodgepodge beach huts with umpteen water activities.
Abundant with picturesque villages, white sand beaches and popular restaurants, Bornholm Island is famed as the 'Pearl of the Baltic'.