Skagen’s sunken church
From the bus timetable we would only have a short wait for the next #1 bus. When a bus came early, the driver explained that his bus was an extra one on the route to fill in the times on the schedule because it was reckoned to be going to be a busy day.
The bus next took it to Old Skagen. This sounded more interesting than what we could see passing through it and we elected to stay on the bus.
Next up was the sunken church. While the bus was at the stop we were debating whether to leave or not. Our helpful driver told us that the regular #1 bus would be along in 20 minutes. This would be (or should be) enough time to get to the church and back. The walk to the church was along a path through trees. After 100 yards or so the path climbed slowly and then we could see the church’s tower.
We walked up to the church and decided that we didn’t have enough time to go up it’s tower.
Back at the bus stop we had a five minute wait for the next #1 bus. This was on the final leg of the tourist route and took us back to Skagen proper.
Lunch in Skagen
Back in Skagen we could hear music coming from tents alongside the main road as the annual music festival was now open.
We walked up the pedestrianised street and went past the fountains into a restaurant where we had eaten before for lunch.
I had my brochure for the local brews and this helped us to choose what to have from the bar list. My burger and beer were both excellent.