Erik Flyvholm

Lemvig is a 750-year-old Danish market town. One of its landmarks is the town church dating from 13th century. On 1st January 2007 Lemvig Municipality was enlarged as the result of the Municipal Reform, when the former Thyborøn-Harboøre municipality was merged into the existing municipality.

Lemvig is a municipality in West Denmark. It is situated in Region Midtjylland on the west coast of the Jutland peninsula. The municipality covers an area of 516.63 km2 and has a population of 20,657 (2015).

The main town and municipality centre is Lemvig with a population of 6,966. It is located 10 kilometers from the North Sea and 375 kilometers from Copenhagen.  

The economy of Lemvig is based on traditional sectors such as metal, wood and furniture industry. Some of the largest employers in Lemvig  are KK Electronics, Nilfisk-Advance, Cheminova and The Danish Coastal Directorate.


Bovbjerg Fyr

The main tourist attraction of Lemvig is the Lighthouse at the western coast near Ferring - Bovbjerg Fyr. Built in 1877, it stands on the edge between Denmark and the ocean. The 93 steps of the tower lead to an open gallery, where you can enjoy a stunning view and every month different exhibitions take place here. Part of the Lighthouse is transformed into a cozy café.