Apples and pears from Fejø, carrots from Lammefjorden, home made salamis, fresh honey and much more. We have listed a number of farm shops where you can buy fresh products direct from the producers.
Zealand, Møn and Lolland-Falster offer the best beaches with more than 2000 km of coastline. The beaches are beutiful with soft sand and low water. A true paradise for the children. In autumn and winter the beaches are perfect for walks where the children can let off steam and get rosy cheeks.
Enjoy Zealand, Møn and Lolland-Falster from the water by taking a boat trip along the coast. Some boats also offer fishing trips.
There are many beautiful and interesting castles and manors on Zealand, Møn and Lolland-Falster. They are a very visible and important part of the landscape and their history stretches over a whole millennium. They all tell tales of events, aesthetics and the way of life through centuries. The oldest buildings, which date back to The Middel Age, are found as preserved castles and ruins.
Romantic, English and rococo. Peonies, tulips and rare trees. The beuatiful parks surrounding the casles and manors in the region each tell it's own story through various styles and with loads of various and often rate plants. Visit Liselund Castle Park and experience one of the most exquisit romantic gardens, visit the beautiful rococo gardens in Ledreborg Palace Park or enjoy the impressive display of tulips at Gavnø Castle.
Viking markets, knight tournaments and viking ship sailings. There are many possibilities to get close to experiencing the way our ancestors in Zealand and Lolland-Falster lived.
It’s necessary to be well trained to do a 600 km bike route. Having divided the route into 15 stages which equals an average of 40-45 km a day gives you a 2 week holiday and the route does seem so long.
You can, of course start anywhere you like, but if you start in Copenhagen, the route will look as follows:
The Kure and Nielsson family and their three daughters have established a genuine and authentic farm shop at Søkildegaard.
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.
130 food stalls. That’s what it takes to feed 100.000 people through 8 days. And even though burgers are top of the festival goer’s food list there’s a wider and more healthy selection to choose from. Passing through one of the many food area temptation is inevitable. The food stalls are busy and you’re met by wonderful smells of thai, indian and Mexican food, vegetarian dishes, open sandwiches and wraps.