Are you dreaming of the good life?

We offer a life in balance, growth, and in nature with plenty of space

Seize all the opportunities

Get fresh wind in your hair, intimacy in the local community and lots of sports and culture

Are you dreaming of the good life?

Nature keeps open house every day, and we have good housing facilities and vacant jobs.

Seize all the opportunities

We are also home to the Jutlanders, who are renowned for their growth mindset - we need your labour.


Would you like a job, live in a good area, being able to afford living and experiencing adventures? Would you like to give your children a safe and healthy upbringing with lots of space in a clean nature? Move to the biggest municipality in Denmark.


Commuting distances

0-30-minute drive
30-60-minute drive


We offer jobs to everybody. The big production companies in Western Jutland are constantly on the lookout for specialists or people, who might qualify as such. You can easily live here and work in a totally different place. There is a huge surrounding job area if you settle in Ringkøbing-Skjern. You need not drive for half an hour or one hour queuing up to get out of town, when you go to work. You can go directly and will therefore quickly be able to reach Herning, Holstebro, Esbjerg, or even further away.

We have compiled all job vacancies within reasonable driving distance here.


Ioana and Sorin

Romanian Family:

We have been made very welcome

”We love our country, Romania, but we have also grown very fond of Denmark which has become our home,” says 37-year-old Sorin Ungureanu who - together with his wife Ioana and their two children - find themselves so much at home that in the autumn of 2017 they bought the house of their dreams in Borris. Borris is a town with approximately 800 inhabitants in Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality – geographically the biggest municipality in Denmark.

“We have been living here since 2011 and our children are fully integrated in the local community and gradually, so are we. We have been made to feel really welcome in this town. People gladly help us and we are very happy about living here,” Sorin says whilst simultaneously smiling at Erling Søndergaard - one of the passionate locals who likes to give a lending hand. Erling has helped the family with the purchase of their house, and as a friend of the family he joins our conversation as to why Sorin and Ioana came to Denmark and what it is like for a foreign family to move to Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality.

”We are also happy having you here. We can tell that you like being here, and you have also done a great deal to become a part of the community,” Erling points out referring to the fact that Sorin among others has been active in leading a father-child gymnastics team and a table tennis team in town.

Ioana und Sorin - Read the full story here


Charlotte and Ian

Danish/English couple:

Wish of living the good life

”Above all, we just wanted to be together and live the good life. We love being together” says the Danish/English couple Charlotte and Ian Coles who have settled down in an idyllic old farm house at Kloster, halfway between the Ringkøbing Fjord and the Stadil Fjord and close to the town of Ringkøbing.

It is not surprising that the couple had a wish of the good life in peaceful surroundings with lots of nature. Ian was a Major in the British Army, which meant the couple had moved around military bases in England and Germany for years. Ian had also been deployed close to the world’s war zones, leaving Charlotte alone and suffering months of deprivation during their first year in Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality.

They bought the old farmhouse overlooking the Stadil Fjord in 2013, and Charlotte moved in full-time, while Ian could only come home as work allowed. But now the good life has really started as Ian retired this summer.

Ian is 48 years old and he has just landed a job with Vestas - the wind turbine manufacturer – as a Project Training Leader. 

Charlotte and Ian - Read the full story here