You can start the tour anywhere you like but the route described here starts at the tourist information office at Marielyst. You'll find places to eat in Marielyst, but you can also "refuel" on the way at grocery stores in Væggerløse and Marrebæk.
You can start the tour anywhere you like but the route described here starts at Slotsbryggen in Nykøbing Falster. If you are accompanied by children, it is recommended you shorten the tour to 11.5 km (Map 1) with a stop at Guldborgsund Zoo. Provisions cannot be bought beyond Nykøbing Falster, so be sure to take a packed lunch with you!
You can start the tour anywhere you like but the route described here starts at Slotsbryggen in Nykøbing Falster.
Frederiksdal Estate was not pre-destined to be famous for their cherry wine. For many years the output from the estate’s cherry plantation varied to a degree so Hans Krabbe, the proprietor, had decided to cut down the cherry trees and grow corn instead. Furtunately it never came to that. A talk over lunch with journalist and wine enthusiast Morten Brink Iwersen resulted in the successful cheery wine production at Frederiksdal Estate.
Tour de Falster is a scenic 135 km long bike route along the coast of Falster. Most of the time, the bike route follows the national bike routes 7, 8 and 9 and the “Sundruten”.
1st of July 2007 Knuthenlund started the largest conversion to organic farming in Danish history. The number of staff increased from 4 to 22. Now 1800 out of 2400 acres are grown organically and the herd numbers 320 dairy sheep and 125 dairy goats. The former cow shed now houses a farm dairy and visitors can get an imminent look at milking and cheese production.