By Hagenæs Jyllinge lies a beautiful house right by the water overlooking Roskilde Fjord. The house is on a steep slope and despite it being above the beach by a few metres, it was flooded by the storm flood “Bodil” in 2013.
In Kongsøre, right by the entrance to Lammefjord, lies a beautiful newly renovated house. The house has a fantastic view over the water, but is also at risk of being flooded.
In Juelsminde lie pretty row houses close to the fine harbor. But they are at risk of being flooded.
By Tuse Næs facing Isefjorden lies Kisserup Beach. Kisserup Beach is a popular summer house area surrounded by beautiful nature and the sea. Kisserup Beach was flooded by the storm “Bodil” in 2014.
By Vig in Northwestern Zealand lies an area of lovely summer houses right by Lammefjorden, that flows into Isefjord. Despite being protected by its placement in a creek, the area was still hit by the storm flood “Bodil” in 2013.
At the end of Horsens Fjord on the northern coast lies Sondrup, a beautiful area with rolling hills leading down to the water. Horsens Fjord is, similar to other eastern fjords, subjected to high water levels, the water gets pushed down though Kattegat when the northern wind blows.
Tørslev hage is a summerhouse area close by the village Tørslev on Hornsherred south of Jægerspris. The area is known for its fine nature and quiet surroundings. Tørslev Hage lies in the narrow straight in Roskilde Fjord. It is a lovely area – but it is at a high risk of flooding.