Cold Hawaii is the surfers’ name for the 50 kilometer long coastline in Thy on the west coast of North Jutland, which stretches from Hanstholm in the north to Agger Tange in the south.
The name Cold Hawaii is due to the area’s special wind and weather conditions, for which Hawaii’s surf areas are also famous.
In fact, Cold Hawaii boasts as many as 31 registered surf spots, where everyone from beginners to professional surfers has ample opportunity to have fun in the waves.
The area around Klitmøller in particular is suitable for wave, wind and kite surfing, as well as SUP.
Klitmøller is also the preferred starting point for both local and visiting surfers.
Because of the short distance to all the good surf spots, it is easy and fast to go where the best waves of the day can be found.
The surfers who live in Klitmøller today have built an exciting surfer community and brought new life to town.
Every year several events take place here like Surfjoint, a two-day event where visitors of all ages can enjoy surfing, circus, games, DJs and live music.
Furthermore, since 2010 Klitmøller has hosted the international surf competition Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup, where 32 of the world’s best surfers compete.