Attractions

Top Choice Archaeological Site in Western Møn

Klekkende Høj

Viewed from the car park, this neolithic tumulus looks little more than a grassy knoll on a contoured field. But walk 300m through the cornfield and you'll find that there's a double-holed entry into two passageways…
Top Choice Church in Western Møn

Fanefjord Kirke

In a rural setting overlooking a pretty inlet, this splendid whitewashed church dates from around 1250, but is most famous for the remarkable frescoes on interior ceiling vaults that were added around 1500. Painted …
Archaeological Site in Western Møn

Grønsalen

Grønsalen is one of Denmark’s longest megalithic barrows (102m), dating back around 5500 years. Raised barely 2m higher than the surrounding fields, its sides are studded with 145 boulders and there are attractive v…
Archaeological Site in Western Møn

Kong Asgers Høj

Northwest of Røddinge, Kong Asgers Høj is Denmark’s largest passage grave, its hemispherical grassy mound built over a central set of boulders weighing as much as four tonnes apiece. The entry tunnel is high enough …