Langeland's southernmost settlement, Bagenkop has a busy marina with restaurants and a tower to survey the area. Finds from a 5000-year-old tunnel-grave burial mound south of town revealed evidence of Europe's oldest known dentistry, while more interesting underground visits take you into gunners' bunkers at the late-20th-century Langelandsfort museum. At the island's rural tip, semi-wild Exmoor ponies keep the coastal meadows cropped near the very modest earthen cliff at Dovnsklint.