Miles of sandy beaches invite you to try your hand at surfing and feel the fresh salt spray on and in your nose and ears and maybe – yes maybe – even taste it. Maybe. But there are also peaceful forests with calm landscapes, lots of open air everywhere …
The forest in the north of the island is often described by visitors as a fairytale forest. Speaking of vacationers, many love to be active while on this island, so they enjoy a little recreational golf on an incredibly unique island with views for days.
Møn is an island on the southeastern coast of the Scandinavian Peninsula and belongs to the Sjælland region and Denmark. Its geological composition includes chalk and shell limestone from the middle and upper Eocene, which is why it is also known as the sister island of Rügen (Germany).
This cliff is 128 meters high and 8 km long. Everywhere there are stairs leading down to the beach, but this is associated with a certain risk due to the danger of falling limestones. The wrinkled appearance of the coast changes regularly due to different weather conditions, such as sun, rain, frost and ice.