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A protected island in the Limfjord, Livø measures roughly 320 hectares (1.2 square miles) and has only 10 full-time residents. The island is accessible by ferry, does not allow cars (or dogs) and is known for its natural beauty and pristine wilderness. Fallow deer populate the island; the eastern and southern parts are designated seal sanctuaries, as the sea mammals regularly breed here in July and August. It’s common to see seals sunning themselves along the shore when cruising by the island.