Venø is exceptionally beautiful and diverse with noticeable hillsides, ravines, forest areas, green fields and heathlands. The island hosts many wild animals as well as birds. Everywhere you will see
pheasants casually walking about and livestock occupying the grazing fields. Countryside idyll is in place.
The wild bird reserve by “Nørskov creek” is located in the northern part of the island. This area holds the title as international area of preservation (Natura, 2000). During the breeding season, the area is protected starting 1st of April and ending the 15th of July. The rest of the year, tourists are welcome to go for a walk, and with a bit of luck it is possible to get a glimpse of seals sunbathing on the beach.
All around the island you will encounter the beautiful view of the mainland coast and the peaceful atmosphere is present year-round