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    Sleep where you feel most comfortable. 

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    There are plenty of possibilities for shopping in Marielyst as well as cafes, convenience stores and boutiques.

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    The five golf courses on Lolland-Falster comprise 29,111 metres of fairway in total. 

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    There are plenty of excellent possibilities for fishing from lakes, beaches or a cutter. 

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    Higher, stronger and wilder – if something happens, it happens here.

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    As a family you can choose which form of overnight accommodation best suits you.  

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    Oplev alle de spændende havne omkring Lolland-Falster, som samarbejder med Baltic Sailing.

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    Marielyst is popularly called "lyst” which means delight in Danish. This is due in no small part to the many discotheques and festivities there. Many of the establishments offer outdoor seating, which creates a special, almost southern atmosphere in the summer. There is often live music to accompany your cold beer, with music sessions featuring local bands and larger concerts held throughout the summer. 

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    Please note that Gedesby Mill does not have food on the menu. However, there are benches where you can have a picnic and buy a cup of coffee.

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    Nysted offers accommodation to suit everyone, from bed & breakfasts, camping and tent pitches to hotels and holiday cottages, it is just a matter of choosing. 

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    Nysted is surrounded by historic buildings in the form of old manor estates and churches. In addition, Skalkekorset (Rogues´ cross and Emil Aarestrup’s house are of particular historic significance to the Nysted region. 

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    Enjoy closeness to nature as you make your own way through the landscape. 

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    Discover the samlle galleries and exhibitions on Lolland-Falster. The small studios and galleries are not far apart and travelling around Lolland-Falster you will see signs guiding you to the most local artists. If you prefer a specific target we have gather a few places for you to experience.

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    Lolland-Falster’s camping sites are situated near forest, beaches or towns so there is always something to suit everyone. 

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    In Denmark you may only camp at official camp sites, so you cannot simply pitch your tent wherever you like. Alternatively, if you have no particular demands for comfort and you would like to stay out in nature, Lolland-Falster has, besides the 18 official camp sites, established more than 30 primitive nature camp sites where you may overnight. However, cars, caravans, auto campers, motorcycles, mopeds or motorised boats are not permitted on these sites.

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    There is an abundance of charming Bed and Breakfast and guest house accommodations available on Lolland-Falster. This form of accommodation is more private and personal, a feature that many people appreciate. 

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    As a family you can choose between lovely hotels, small cosy bed & breakfasts, tent pitches or hostels. It is totally up to your budget and your family’s preferences. 

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    Camping is a typical form of holiday in Denmark. It is for the free spirits. 

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    Come closer to your family and feel the quietude, intimacy and enjoy your holiday to the full.

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      Lolland-Falster has absolutely some of best locations for angling. You can choose between fishing from the beach, in lakes, at a put & take or from a boat, just remember, you need a fishing license. You can also find further inspiration at the Facebook group: Lystfiskeri på Lolland/Falster.  Remember the Danish Flatfishing Championship 2013 at Onsevig in September.

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    Lolland-Falster has absolutely some of the best locations for angling and West Lolland is no exception. During the Middle Ages, Naksskov Fjord was at the heart of one of Europe’s largest herring markets. 

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    The waters around West Lolland are perfect for sailing. The small inviting harbours offer multiple experiences and are ideal for harbour hopping, by which you can see the island from the various different harbours. Many of the harbours have modern facilities and viewing Lolland from the water is highly recommended. 

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