Pronounced Is-Hoy

A beautiful seaside touristic town 15 km south of Copenhagen, Denmark (That's 9.320568 miles for you imperial folk). The town has a history of massive growth. In 1975 there was nothing more than 2000 farmers around the area, today there is over 24,000 residents.

The oldest buildings in Ishøj are two church built over 800 years ago and the area was often used as a hunting ground by the people of Copenhagen.
Ishøj is a refuge for many immigrants, making it an extremely multicultural city, this can be both a good and bad thing.

The best thing about Ishøj is the beach. It is a long and thin strip of sand which is surrounded by water apart from the small walkways from the coast.