The island of Rømø or Roemoe is located at the Southwestern edge of Denmark, just North of the German border.
There is only one road from mainland Jutland to Rømø, and it goes across an artificial dam over the waddensea.
This is the church in Rømø Kirkeby on Rømø.
The way most German tourists come to Rømø is by boat, with or without a car. The ferries sail frequently to the German island of Sylt.
Both the ferry harbour and commercial harbour are in Havneby at the South end of Rømø. Fishery is an important part of life on Rømø.
The sea can be a risky place to navigate, and Rømø has several naval rescue stations like this one in the commercial harbour.
Many visitors to Rømø come to spend time at Rømø's huge beach on the West coast. You drive directly from the road out on the sand and all the way to the water's edge.
The beach is all sand, and a very popular place to spend a day. Many bring kites and fly them at the beach.