It's spectacular, there are no people in winter, all covered by snow, all you can see are the raised stones. Take the Aalborg train station to Lindholm station, get off at No. 13 across the road and you can get to the neighborhood. Get off the train and walk for a while.
The Lim Strait (Limfjorden) is the only way for Viking pirates to enter the Atlantic Ocean, and Linholm Island is not far from the strait, so it has become one of the places where pirates frequently visit. There are nearly 700 Viking cemeteries on the island, making it the largest cemetery in Northern Europe. There is a pirate ship-shaped sign made of stones on the tomb, scattered in a grass on the top of the hill, surrounded by tall three beech forests, the scenery is magnificent and worth seeing.
The chalk strait near Lindholm Island (Lindholm Hoje) is the main route for Viking pirates to attack in the Atlantic. It can directly penetrate into the Atlantic Ocean. Therefore, there are many Viking pirate sites on Linholm Island, including more than 700 graves. There is a pirate cemetery with a pirate ship-shaped logo and a museum showing the lives of Linholm people.
The oldest cemetery in Northern Europe. The large circle surrounded by stones is actually the tomb of the Vikings, and there is a museum next to it. It is recommended to go to the museum to learn about the history and then come out to see it, otherwise you will not understand~