Møns Klint is beautiful and different nature in Denmark, and a must see for everyone. You can use a whole day here, but for minimum you can do the smallest walk in two hours, where you walk on the top of the cliffs in the forrest and walk down the many stairs to walk on the beach.
We were staying in Marielyst at a summer house and a visit to the island of Mon, was just a short drive away. There is much to see along the way, from the beautiful, old churches of Falster and Mon, to the wonderful, rolling green hills of the countryside. This was a very profitable excursion! We arrived at Mons Klint... 更多
The site can be reached by wooden steps (a lot of them, needs to be taken slowly especially when you come back..., but absolutely worthy!) through trees, while going you can start to see the sea from far, then when you approach you realize how high are the cliffs. You can take a nice walk along the beach (there is... 更多
It is worth the some what long drive to come and see these white cliffs that meet the blue sea. While driving there, one passes by some very cute villages on the way that are also worth a visit, especially one of the bakeries! There is no admission to go down to see the cliffs, but the parking costs 35... 更多
We took a special detour to visit Mons Klint. The photos on the internet do this place justice, actually too much justice. The cliffs are not that high and not that impressive. The walk along the beach is difficult as the beach is rocks. The sea smell is also not that pleasant. We passed some people who were swimming in... 更多
Beautiful camping grounds. We had a spacious camp spot. The personnel was relaxed and helpful. Clean showers and toilets. We would recommend everyone this campsite. Very good!
Clearly explained free brochure on numerous hike available at notice board near car parks. You can find it in the iron box hanging at the notice board. Tips: You can park your car 1.5km away FOC from the entrance. It's a nice hike 15% slope up and down to the entrance of the visit center. Bring some picnic food and... 更多
Being Danish and having reached the ripe old age () of 52, I honestly don't know why I didn't come here before? This is one of the most spectacular places I have seen in Denmark and it beats most of what I have seen anywhere! The view over the sea from above great and the different routes down to the... 更多
This place is amazing, but requieres a bit of effort. If you want to go down to the becah you have a staircase of 496 steps - up AND down. But is is al worthwhile, Also go up to the highest point, Dronningestolen. It is now possible to get a view of the whole area as there a re (lovely)... 更多