There are 119 known megalithic tombs on Møn, dating from 4000 to 1800 BC, including several impressive passage graves called jættestuer, or ‘giants’ rooms’. Two of the best known are each within 2km of the village of Røddinge, albeit in different directions. Another megalithic barrow, Denmark's longest, is handily close to the Fanefjord Kirke, a 13th-century church with superb cartoon-like frescoes on its early-16th-century vaulted ceiling.