Bring your family to Denmark and live out your wildest Viking fantasies with your loved ones. Learn about the history of the Nordic raiders through play and interactive events that are fun for all ages. Here's a guide to Viking fun for your family.
Both in Zealand and Lolland you will find nature reserves with breathtaking landscapes and an interesting fauna, flora and wildlife.
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.
Even though it's difficult to restrict yourself we have chosen 10 great nature experiences in Zealand, Møn and Lolland-Falster.
Zealand, Møn and Lolland-Falster have a number of beautiful and historic restaurants and inns in the towns and in the country side where you can have a fantastic meal. Visit the lovely historic restaurants where interest in and love of food, service and attention to the guest are passions and very important parts of the experience. Here you will find a number of places where you can enjoy your lunch in historic settings.
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.
Suggestions for visits to 10 small and alternative museums you may not be familiar with
It doesn't have to cost anything to be good - explore the many possibilities for things to see and do in Zealand, Møn and Lolland-Falster. Free of charge.
Take a tour of castles and manors and learn about their history. Some have regular tours for all to join, others arrange tours for larger groups only.
In Zealand, Møn and Lolland-Falster you will find a number of cosy inns, each with it's own history and food culture. Several of the inns have a royal priviledge and is in itself a part of history. These inns are all situated close to the Danish kings' roads and were used to accomodate the king and his entourage when they travelled the country.
Five suggestions for less known but not less interesting nature experiences.
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:
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”.
The idea behind Fejø Apple Juice Plant is to give the visitors a special experience by being close to food production. The food products are always present whether you walk through the apple plantation, taste the apple juice or the cider in the production hall, pat the sheep in the surrounding fields or meet the family, who lives and works at the farm all year.
Gedser Odde – the southernmost point of Denmark – is sea, wind, views and an ultra-flat landscape. From here there’s a fantastic view of the Baltic Sea towards mainland Europe.
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.