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Nanortalik

Welcome to Nanortalik! Although you won't be getting a look at any of the more famous tourists attractions here, you'll still have an unforgettable time.

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Not far from Nanortalik you'll come across Alluitsup Paa, 25 miles to the northwest, and Qaqortoq, 50 miles to the northwest. These destinations are also worth visiting, should you have the time.

There are loads of ways to experience the wide open spaces in and around Nanortalik. Snowmobiling and mountain climbing are just a couple of the adventurous pursuits you can pick from.

Take a deep breath and let your worries drift away as you try out a couple of the area's more peaceful activities, such as shore fishing and bird watching.

If you would like to pick up some local knowledge, there are plenty of intriguing tours you can jump on board, such as guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours and city walking tours.

When you're making your way through Greenland, would you like to break out of your comfort zone and try paragliding?

When the sun is hot and you're looking for a way to cool off, it's hard to beat the exhilaration of scuba diving and sea kayaking in Greenland.

Bring your warmest snow gear and enjoy some skiing and cross-country skiing. These winter pastimes are well-loved by locals and travelers alike.

Learn something new by spending a morning at some of the region's intriguing art museums, nature museums and history museums.

If you were to ask some of the locals for their sightseeing recommendations, they'll often point to the popular open-air museums.

The ruins, traditional villages, old towns and archeological sites of Greenland should feature on every history fan's agenda.

No matter what your spiritual beliefs, you are sure to find a little enlightenment upon entering the churches of Greenland.

To really get to know Greenland, take your time to check out its restaurants.

Engross yourself in the exciting culinary culture and sample some walrus and cucumbers. These two ingredients are among the most popular in the region.

Your trip wouldn't be complete if you didn't sample half dried cod and summer casserole with halibut (fish).

If you want indugle in something sweet, ice cream is highly recommended.

If you're after a quality brew, see what you think of Nanook pale ale. Most bars should have a couple of bottles in the fridge.

You can't leave until you try Velvet Arctic gin. This local liquor is ideal for those that like a strong drink.

Visiting during the 21st of June will give you a closeup of Longest Day.

Greenland is a bewitching place that will stay dear to your heart for many years. This might make saying your goodbyes hard, but just remember that you can always return!

Qaqortoq Airport is your handiest airport at about 45 miles to the northwest, so just make sure you give yourself enough time.