Bed and Breakfasts
The island of Møn has lots of cozy Bed and Breakfasts. Find your next Bed and Breakfast in the wild or in the middle of the medieval town of Stege.
The towering white chalk cliffs fall dramatically against the turquoise green sea, and standing on the beach below, you can experience for a moment just how small and insignificant human beings are! Spend some time at Møns Klint and you might see the peregrine falcon hunt or find exciting fossils and amber at the water's edge.
Møn has a large and varied range of accommodations, whether you are seeking a cozy Bed and Breakfast, a campsite, a nice hotel or a spacious holiday home.
There are many cozy and "buzzing" cities on Møn with lots of life. Three of these are Stege, Nyord and Klintholm Harbor. Read more about them here.
Klintholm Havn is a small harbour town with a large port on the easternmost part of the island of Møn, and with approximately 200 inhabitants it’s absolutely worth a visit. It consists of a fishing harbour and a large marina with about 200 slips, as well as a child-friendly beach. Klinthol...
South Zealand is definitely worth a visit and, like Møn, the area is packed with experiences in play, nature, arts, crafts, food, restaurants and much more.
In 2017, Møn & Nyord was recognized as one of the darkest and best places in Northern Europe to stargaze. Come see for yourself and visit Dark Sky Park Møn & Nyord to get even closer to the Milky Way!
Møn Biosphere offers 450 square kilometers of unique and rich nature on land and in the water. Therefore, the area was designated as Denmark's first UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
On Møn and South Zealand there are artists and creative souls everywhere, and it is a delight to see the many crafts and galleries in the area.
If you want to see what is happening below the surface of the water, then Møn and South Zealand are an obvious place to visit. We have identified 10 of the coolest snorkeling spots in the area, where the whole family can go on an adventurous exploration.