The protected stretch at Søndbjerg beach is a scenic area along the eastern coastline, large slopes with wonderful views, deep gullies and wet meadows.
From the approximately 15 meter-high hill crest Dødbjerg, there is an impressive view over the surrounding landscape.
In Stone Age times, an inlet from the sea penetrated north and south of Dødbjerg, were we noew see the mouth of a stream and fens. Here, open water areas intercharge with reed forests. Where the reed swamp is not too dense, a richly varied flora is found with, among others, club moss, cranberry, sundew, marsh gentian, bog myrtle, a species of orchid, and buckbean.