If you are looking for nature experiences, then you should stop by Hindsgavl peninsula where the locals from Middelfart as well as tourists have the opportunity to bike, run or hike.
The Hindsgavl peninsula is a unique place, and should it rain, the water disappear relatively quickly, as the ground is very sandy. There are good paths and accessibility all across the Hindsgavl peninsula.
The trip can be started at any point, but this guide takes Camping Møns Klint (1) as its starting point. The camp site is located in beautiful natural surroundings at the edge of Klinteskoven surrounded by high-lying lakes and pastures only 1.5 km from the Cliffs of Møn. The camp site offers bicycle hire, café and toilets.
You can start the tour anywhere you like but the route described here starts at the tourist information office and Café Sweet & Coffee in Adelgade, Præstø (1). You can also hire bicycles here..
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 the tourist information office at Marielyst. Marielyst tourist information office (1) can hire out cycles which you can pedal round the pano-rama route. Head down Marielyst Strandvej until you reach Stouby Tværvej - later in the summer sunflowers bloom along the roadside!
You can start the tour anywhere you like but the route described here starts at Stevns' tourist information office in Rødvig (1), where you can hire cycles.
If you are interested in marine life, visit one of Denmark's fantastic aquariums, where you can do more than just get up close to the animals - in some aquariums you can actually swim with or touch them! So take the whole family on an underwater adventure and visit one of these aquariums in Denmark.
Denmark has some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. With over 7,300km of coastline, choosing the best of Denmark's fine white sand, family friendly and crowd-free beaches is tough! We've picked some of Denmark's most popular beaches for this guide, bringing together dynamic dune-covered beaches and calm, sheltered beaches great for kids. What's more, you're never more than 50km from the coast in Denmark, which means a day at the seaside is easy.
Denmark is a perfect destination for water sports holidays. In Denmark you're never more than 50km from the coast, which means there are plenty of great opportunities to do water sports. Whether you like diving, surfing or kayaking there's something for you. Here's VisitDenmark's guide to some of the best places for water sports activities in Denmark.
In Denmark you're never more than 50km from the coast, so it's no wonder the Danes love making a splash. From wild water parks to beautiful beaches, there's no excuse not to get wet in Denmark this summer - or all year round if you're a viking! Here's VisitDenmark's guide to some of the best Danish aqua parks.
Wall diving, current diving and deep diving directly from the beach...
If you are at your happiest sleeping under the stars, surrounded by the sounds of nature, there is plenty of scope for this at the natural campsites of Middelfart.
Besides Tuesday and Thursday, other watersport activities can be booked here.