Klinteskoven – the beech forests behind Møns Klint

You will find Møn’s highest point under the gnarled beech trees. It is the Aborrebjerget with its 143 meters. from Aborrebjerget is the valley of Jydelejet with its unusual vegetation. Juniper, mountain ash, ash and beech grow here. Right behind Aborrebjerget there is a large stone called “Svantese-stenen”. Legend has it that a witch from … Read more

The flora on the island of Mön

Pflanzenwelt auf der Insel Mön
Pflanzenwelt auf der Insel Mön
The small Danish island of Mön in the Baltic Sea is due to its unique nature the perfect travel destination for nature lovers and hikers. The island has an area of around 200 km² and borders in the north on the island of Zealand, in the south on the island of Falster. Both islands can be easily reached via bridges.

Mön is considered Denmark’s most beautiful island, and this is not least due to the healthy nature and the species-rich flora. In spring the island is covered with primroses and leather flowers and the numerous beech forests with some very old trees and many marked paths make the island particularly interesting for hikers, but also for all other nature lovers.

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