The Natura 2000 area Husby Klit comprises a 14 km long stretch along the west coast between Nissum Fjord in the north and Vest Stadil Fjord in the south. It has an area of 493 ha of which 192 ha are owned by the state. About half of the Natura 2000 area is located in the geopark. Husby Klit is an area rich in sand dunes that developed on raised sea floor and stands out as an elongate belt of coastal sand dunes (Geosites 27 and 33). The sand dunes are locally subject to erosion by the sea and wind that redistributes the sand where it is exposed. The Natura 2000 area varies in width from 1.2 km to 40 m and consists of large areas of grey/green dunes and dune heathland. Different types of dune landscapes are intermingled in much of the area. It is necessary to maintain the area on a regular basis by removing unwanted plants such as Swiss mountain pine, Japanese rose (Rosa rugosa) and heath star moss.