Introducing South Islands
The three islands of Møn, Falster and Lolland mark the southernmost part of Denmark. Though they are just a 1½-hour drive from Copenhagen, these three rural oases can seem centuries removed. Though all three islands are connected to Zealand and each other by bridges, they often appear disconnected from the modern world, which of course is part of their appeal. Cycling holidays are popular here, as is fishing, sailing, bird-watching and hiking, plus there are several good golf courses. There is also a thriving arts scene on Møn although the island is most celebrated for its spectacular chalk sea cliffs, Falster has fine sandy beaches, and Lolland, the largest and least interesting island, has a handful of scattered sights including a drive-through safari park.
Last updated: Feb 17, 2009
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