Trelde Næs is an unusual countryside with forests, steep slopes, green valleys and a fine beach for swimmers.
In the area you can walk 3 different paths of 1-2 or 3 kilometres, marked with red, yellow and blue.
By the beach there is a Nature Centre where you can borrow equipment for a day at the beach or exploring the forest. The Nature Centre is open daily between 10-17.
In the early medieval times Trelde Næs was ruled by the lawless count Trolle who was nicknamed the King of the Ness. Later the area was taken over by the Crown. The area was the object of much dispute between local counts and landowners - this was due to the outstanding spots for fishing that the ness was known for.
In 1919 Trelde Næs was bought by a local business owner H. Plum. Later it was privately owned by Miss Ane Ryholt, who kept the entire area closed off for the public.
Today Trelde Næs is owned by Fredericia Municipality and is open for all to enjoy the beautiful, unique and diverse landscapes.