The Dragsholm Castle, hotel, restaurant and The Odsherred Geopark on the Zealand island, Denmark 161
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The Dragsholm Castle is one of the oldest secular buildings in Denmark. The original Dragsholm Castle was built around 1215, the building was modified several times, and finally rebuilt as the baroque castle that visitors can see today. It houses restaurant and hotel.
Numerous witnesses claim that there are three ghosts who live in the castle to this day: a grey lady, a white lady and Lord Bothwell, who rides through the courtyard with a full horse and carriage.
Visitors can join the guided-tours, as well as try horse riding, different sports and organize a party in the castle.
The castle is surrounded by The Odsherred Geopark where the ancient glacial landscape is remained. Also there is a restored Laftefjord, which provides unique conditions for growing vegetables.