If you are looking for new experiences and impressions, then South Coast Denmark is a good place to start. On this list we have compiled all of the absolute top attractions in South Zealand and Mon, which you just can't miss.
The Forest Tower at Camp Adventure is an experience like no other. The tower’s upper platform is located 135 meters above sea level, making it the highest accessible point on Zealand.
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.
Holmegaard Værk for works and wonder - live museum for glass, ceramics and design near Næstved.
The fort Stevnsfortet was located on the very frontline – Denmark and NATO’s secret element of defence during the Cold War. A story you may remember, but don’t really know! Visit the Cold War Museum in South Zealand.
The Camøno, also called “the kingdom’s friendliest hiking trail”, extends for over 175 km across Møn, Bogø and Nyord. Along the way, you pass through the area’s most beautiful scenery, along breathtaking coastlines through cosy little villages and past several sights.
The beautiful Rococo castle of Gavnø in South Zealand offers a fairy-tale experience for all. Visit not only the castle, but also the park, the church, the brewery and the Go Fly courses.
In South Zealand, the Stevns Klint cliffs tower 41 metres above sea level and are by far the area’s best beacon for tourism. You can see visible layers of fish clay in the cliffs, testifying to one of the worst disasters in the history of the Earth.
Hotel Frederiksminde has been carefully and stylishly restored and today appears in the original romantic style of the late 1800s, when the hotel was ...
The Suså river, Denmark’s fifth largest river and Zealand’s most water-rich river system, has its source south of Rønnede, and winds past Herlufsholm ...
In the heart of Vordingborg is The Danish Castle Centre – a reminder of the medieval heyday in South Zealand – told in a new way.
BonBon-Land is known by children and the young at heart all over the country, and with good reason! Approximately 60 rides have had their home in Holme-Olstrup in South Zealand for more than 27 years, and they are therefore part of many people’s childhood memories!
Go to Møn or Nyord, where you can experience the “Dark Sky” phenomenon – a night sky without light pollution, allowing millions of stars to wink at you.
In the middle of Zealand, you will find Faxe Limestone Quarry – a piece of Danish history that was of great importance millions of years ago!
Næstved is the destination’s largest and liveliest trading town. You’ll find a charming town centre filled with speciality shops; Næstved Storcenter, which offers indoor shopping; and Næstved Megacenter, which is home to the largest stores.
Visitor’s centre, natural phenomena, active holidays and more – all for the price of one! The GeoCentre at Møns Klint offers entertainment and education for children and adults alike!