Welcome to Møns Klint
In comparison with so much of Denmark’s often-flat landscape, the woodland-topped white cliffs of Møns Klint feel like breathtaking geographical wonders. They are so popular that on midsummer weekends, it’s a wonder that the whole island doesn’t tilt eastwards with the sheer weight of visitors. Fortunately the glorious rolling patchwork of surrounding fields and forests is big enough to absorb countless hikers, cyclists and horse riders. Meanwhile kayakers paddle past the cliff bases and paragliders throw themselves off the top.