The history of HimmerLand
The story of HimmerLand begins in 1979, when Flexplan presented what was then to become Himmerland Golf & Country Club. The original concept was that the 336 additional vacation homes would have partial ownership of the centre, and would help with the maintenance and running costs. In 1987, Lars Larsen, together with two others, bought all the assets of the resort, and in 2007, Lars Larsen took over all the assets himself.
Himmerland Golf & Country Club was set to undergo some major changes in the coming years. New training facilities, hotel extension with conference rooms, reception, fitness centre, spa, swimming pool, bowling centre and golf shop were all in the works. In 2012, the name was changed to HimmerLand Golf & Spa Resort.
The first edition of Made in Denmark (now Made in HimmerLand) took place in 2014, with more than 80,000 spectators visiting the European Tour (now DP World Tour) golf tournament. In 2020, Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort started its journey toward becoming a year-round resort with many activity options. The name changed to HimmerLand, and a Multi Hall, a 20,000m2 Sport & Padel facility, a new spa area, and a new hotel wing were added, bringing the total number of rooms to 86.
Responsibility in HimmerLand
HimmerLand is situated in a beautiful location, and so taking care of the resources that surround us is important to maintaining that. In addition to a sharp environmental perspective, HimmerLand creates decent jobs where a healthy working environment and the development of individual professional skills are in focus.