Lim Fjord, Limfjorden — the system of the Straits in the North of the Jutland Peninsula of Denmark, connecting the North sea and the Kattegat sea.
The length is about 180 km.
Consists of servigny extensions — pools connected by narrow, winding channels. Lim fjord separates the island of North Jutland from the Jutland Peninsula. The prevailing depths are 3-5 meters, maximum depth is 24 meters.
In the lim-fjord, more than 90 Islands, the largest of them — Morse and Trucks.
Beautiful beaches spread along the shore are popular among tourists. A large number of churches and fortresses talking about the past power of this region.