Go fossil hunting!
Go fossil hunting in The South Coast of Denmark’s huge chalk layers and find relics of the past that have been there for millions of years.
Møns Klint is a very popular destination, and it’s easy to see why! The beautiful white cliffs that rise above the sea are something special – and not just on a Danish scale, but internationally as well.
Fra toppen af Møns Klint kan du flere steder komme ned til stranden, hvorfra du virkelig kan nyde det overvældende syn af klintens lodrette vægge. Det mest populære sted at gå ned til stranden er ved Maglevandstrappen ved Geocenter Møns Klint. Her skal du ned af hele 497 trappetrin og selvfølgelig også op af dem igen. Se kort over trapper langs Møns Klint her.
På toppen af Møns Klint er der lavet en 267 meter lang boardwalk (træbelagt sti) med flere udkigspunkter – perfekt for kørestolsbrugere, dårligt gående og forældre med barnevogn. Her er der rig mulighed for at alle kan nyde den imponerende udsigt fra en af Danmarks og verdens største naturoplevelser, Møns Klint.
70 million years ago, a lot of algae turned to chalk, which was a prerequisite for Møns Klint existing at all.
Go fossil hunting along the cliff beach and find 70 million-year-old fossils, belemnites and amber. You are allowed to keep what you find, but GeoCentre Møns Klint has launched a record attempt approved by the Guinness World Record association to bring together the largest collection of belemnites, so you’re very welcome to donate your findings to the centre’s collection and perhaps help secure the record.
GeoCentre Møns Klint tells the history of Møns Klint in a fun and interactive way, where children and adults can compete with knowledge and test the forces of nature in a miniature format.
With the appointment as Denmark’s first biosphere area in the summer of 2017, UNESCO lists Møn and the neighbouring islands as a unique place in the world. A place of outstanding natural beauty, where the locals manage to live and work in a sustainable collaboration with their environment. Within the area, you can discover the most important Danish ecosystems both on land and in the water, as well as a wealth of rare animal and plant species, which is precisely one of the characteristics of a biosphere area.
Klintholm Gods Lake Apartments is a beautiful, new hotel with a wonderful location overlooking Hunosø which is Møn’s largest lake. Stay in natural surroundings in a beautiful larch wood building with moss on the roof, which serves almost as camouflage against the landscape of the old beech...
The dream about your personal oasis can become true on Camp Møns Klint. Give you and your family room for peace and freedom and experience a holiday with perfect balance between great activities and unique accommodation. Experience the great outdoors of the high hinterland of Møns Klint, t...
Bakkegaard Møns Klint probably offers the island's best views, as well as the cliff and the GeoCentre just a few kilometres away. The property’s 15 rooms exude warmth and charm. The rooms have been decorated by artists from Møn; craftsmen and designers who have each left their individual m...