Skagen is a town in North Jutland.
Skagens main income is tourism. There's almost nobody in Skagen outside the school holidays. Skagen is the northernmost town in Denmark, with the northernmost point in Denmark; Grenen. This is where the the Baltic sea (Østersøen) and the North Sea (Nordsøen) meet.
Use road #35 to Frederikshavn. From there Use road #40 to Skagen
Use road E39/55 to the roundabout right before the motorway. Use road #597 to Ålbæk. From there Use road #40 to Skagen
Use road #40 to Skagen
Use E45 to Frederikshavn, from there use road #40 to Skagen
Use A7 to the danish border. From there use the E45 to Frederikshavn. From Frederikshavn, use road #40 to Skagen
From Oslo and Göteborg
Take the ferry to Frederikshavn. From there use road #40 to Skagen. If you are not in a car, take train #79 to Skagen
From Kristiansand, Sandefjord, Bergen and Stavanger
Take the ferry to Hirtshals. From there take the E39 to the roundabout where the motorway starts. from there take road #597 to Ålbæk. From Ålbæk take road #40 to Skagen
Grenen, the northernmost point in Denmark. Use road #40 to get there. There is aprox. 2-3km from the parking lot to Grenen.