In the outskirts of the traditional village of Torup lies the eco community of Dyssekilde. It was created in 1990 on the land of a potato farm. Today the community consists of 91 homes, which have been built with social interaction, sustainability, and ecology in mind. Though they have building regulations in Dyssekilde, you can find alternative houses in almost any shape, size, and materials. It's, of course, a car free zone, but you can park at the parking lot and explore the vibrant neighborhood on foot. Keep in mind that people actually live here, so show respect.