Lønstrup was one of the highlights of the trip for me. One of my ancestors emigrated from this town in the 1800's. My great-great-great grandfather (or so) was keeper of the lighthouse, Captain of the Lifeboat and received a silver cross from King Christian IX of Denmark as a medal of bravery for saving 88 people. The least I could do was visit and take some photos to match the old ones in my family's genology book. You may recognize the lighthouse if you've seen any photos from Jutland, Denmark. It is very unique as sand dunes have grown up around it and appear as if they'll eventually swallow the lighthouse. My "great" grandfather's church was also nearby, so we visited that as well. Unfortunately, the cliff the church is built has been eroding.
As a result, the church is in endanger of falling into the ocean sometime in the next decade. We also tried to find my "great" grandfather's house. We found one that looks similar with the help of a very friendly lady at Lønstrup's tourist office who had also pointed us in the right direction of the light house and church. The house we found was very similar, but we noticed some small differences so I'm not completely sure it was the right house. Regardless, it was a very enjoyable experience for me to visit this town. I should also mention this town is a major summer vacation spot and its population increases dramatically during the season. I'll have to go back in the summer sometime.