The Kingdom of Denmark is in Northern Europe. The country forms a link between Europe and Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway and Sweden). Denmark's land border is with Germany, its long coastline is surrounded by the North Sea and bordered by the Baltic Sea. Denmark offers more than 7300 km of coastline and more than 5000 km of sandy wide beaches.
The country consists of a peninsula (Jutland) and many islands (over 400) including Zealand (Sjaelland), Fyn and Bornholm. Greenland, one of the world's largest islands, is self-governing but a territory of the Kingdom. The eighteen Faroe Islands are also an autonomous region of the Kingdom of Denmark.
The country is low and flat with rolling hills. However, the island of Bornholm is hilly and rugged. The coastline is particularly long with a number of fjords.