There are also a number of high-quality retail outlets for men's and women's fashions, exclusive shoe shops and a small-vessel trade that offers delicacies from home and abroad.
Every now and again you'll find a small square that makes the road a little wider, where there may be room for a pleasant café in which you can enjoy a cold beer or a delicious cappuccino whilst life passes quietly by.
One of the hotels is situated at the edge of the "Bækslugten", a gorge that was formed in the "natural disaster" of 1876. The memorial stone describes the episode which actually kick-started tourism in Lønstrup.
At the railings you can look down into the small brook, which at the time was transformed into a raging river.
After Bækslugten the town seems to change character. The old cinema is located on the other side, towering up on the cliff with its Mexican facade.
Strandvejen's final section contains the old, low-ceilinged fisherman's dwellings. At several places the original whitewash has been maintained that Lønstrup used to be famous for.
High above the last section of Strandvejen the grand summer villas come into view, located almost symbolically above the modest fisherman's cottages as architectural jewels nestling in the dune.
At the end of the road, Strandvejen branches into two, such that the original Strandvej went straight on and ended with a steep slope down to the mooring site at what is now Villa Vest.
A set of steps and a viewing bench were recently built here where you can take advantage of a little shelter from the wind and enjoy the sunset.
Strandvejen's northern arm ends directly at the steeply inclined mooring site, where the cutters are still pulled up onto the shore.
The attractive villas were built around the time of the First World War. The wealthy middle classes, which had hitherto stayed at the town's seaside hotels, now had sufficient funds to build their own summer residences with superb views of the sea.
Coastal protection was established at Lønstrup following the severe storm in 1982.
The breakwaters work as intended, and without them, the lifeboat building, Villa Vest and Café Havblik would almost certainly be lying at the bottom of the sea.