Dark Sky Møn and Nyord is an experience for your senses and can be observed all year round. On a late summer night the Milky Way will be shown as a broad milk-white band of light that stretches all over the sky and disappears behind the Baltic Sea’s horizon, filled with swirling stars and black dust clouds in between. On August nights, you can spend the evening counting shooting star, and in the fall you can observe the Milky Way neighbour, the Andromeda galaxy, like a little foggy cloud in the night sky. Although it’s 2.4 million light years away, it’s easy to do observations with the naked eye. And in December, the long, dark nights will light up a true firework display of shooting stars.