If you don’t come to Mön with your own car, the island’s capital Stege is the best starting point for exploring the island. Mön has a bus service. The bus is waiting for you near the tourist office, on the north side of the drawbridge, which also leads directly to the city center.

From here, Stege is divided in two by its long Storegarde pedestrian path, which leads from the harbor along the towering, Gothic roof of the town church and ends at the medieval Molletorte gates. Steges’ name is derived from “Strike”, whereby wooden stakes were rammed into an inlet as an additional defense against intruders.

Sights in Stege

The Møns Museum, which houses the Empiregaarden and the Thorsvang Collection Museum, are among the most beautiful sights in the port city of Stege. You can find detailed information about these and other attractions here on Møn.

Connected to the Molleporten in Empiregarden, Storegarden 75 (Tue-Sun 10 am-4pm, 30 Kr,, a city museum in a former merchant’s house from the 1780s. The collection includes archaeological and ethnographic exhibits ranging from fossil wildlife to fresco-filled churches.

Møn Turistbureau Stege

The tourist office in Stege right at the entrance to the village

The tourist office of Mön is located near the bridge in Stege. You can’t miss a yellow home. Here you can get a lot of information about nature, animals and nature travel island. This place also sells souvenirs and rents rooms at resorts.

Møn Tourist Office
Storegade 2
DK – 4780 bars

Tel .: (+45) 5586 0400

The harbor lock in Stege

Model of the harbor lock in Stege.

The Stege Harbor Castle was built in 1910 and was the unofficial landmark of the harbor for many years. The building consisted of two waiting rooms. One for them 1. and one for that 2nd Class.

The building also served as a port office and the harbor master’s residence. When the school in Stege was rebuilt in 1935, lessons took place here.

The lower part of the harbor lock later served as an apartment, in 1961 the tower was dismantled and has been in the museum in Stege ever since. In 1965 the port lock was then torn down.

The Dampers “Stege” and “Codan” drove a fixed route between Stege and Kalvehave. You can see the model of the harbor lock opposite the tourist information office.

Shopping in Stege

As the name suggests, the city of Stege is a lovely little place to shop. It has been home to a wide variety of shops and businesses for many decades and is now a very popular spot for locals and tourists alike. If you’re looking for a place to spend time browsing a wide variety of shops and businesses, you won’t be disappointed if you stop by in Stege. There are numerous shops and opportunities for shopping here. From clothes and shoes to groceries (NETTO) and drinks, there is something for every taste and budget.

Accommodation in Stege

One of the things I have learned from my travels is that it is always best to research the destination before leaving. When traveling to Stege on Møn it is important that you consider what type of accommodation you want. There are several types of hotels to choose from including boutique hotels, inns and bed and breakfasts. There is a wide range of accommodation options in Stege on Møn, and there are plenty of hotels to cater to travelers’ needs. Visitors can choose between charming bed and breakfasts, small inns and even larger chains for their stay. If you are looking for a bed and breakfast, you have a choice of several types of accommodation.

>> Here you will find an overview of the accommodations in Stege

Vacation homes in Stege