Nakskov Fjord is, with its 10 islands, the Danish fjord with the greatest number of small islands and that in itself provides many opportunities for variation in trips on the inlet. Besides the many islands Nakskov Fjord offers many of beautiful sceneries. Both flora and fauna are well represented and there are multiple rare species.
Around Falster – Spread over 7 stages a total of approx. 140 km
Onsevig is located on the north-western corner of the island of Lolland. The area is a good ’kayak ground’ for both beginners and experienced with north and west facing shores of shallow waters and sheltered coves. The shallow waters offer lots of beautiful sceneries.
Guldborgsund is ideal for canoeing and kayaking. The narrow strait offers both beautiful woodlands and a magnificent manor landscape with fields down to the strait. In the center you find the city of Nykøbing, where there is possibility of provisioning and urban life. Close by, you also have several major attractions; for example The Medieval Centre and Fuglsang Art Museum.
In the Baltic Sea there is excellent cod fishing and fishing boats sail out with anglers from Gedser to good nearby fishing areas. In the Langeland Belt we have amazing flat fish and cod fishing. Flatfish fishing here is so good that it is renowned everywhere in Denmark and lots of foreign anglers also come here to practice this fishery. Fishing takes place from fishing boats.
From the piers you can fish for flatfish and sometimes cod and sea trout.
Sometimes it is easy to catch fish in the Put & Take lakes - other times it is difficult, and it requires a little knowledge to outwit the fish. But there are always fish in the lakes, and there is a cozy atmosphere. Many of our Put & Take lakes are located in beautiful natural surroundings, within easy reach and are very family friendly.
Gike and perch are the most popular freshwater fish and here we really have something to offer, with large brackish water perch in Nakskov Indrefjord and pike fishing in the Maribo Lakes. However, this fishing is very dependent on the season and always best in spring and fall. But large salt water perch can be caught from many of our piers throughout the summer.
Along the coasts we have many good fishing grounds, where you predominantly catch garfish and sea trout. The fishing for garfish peaks in May and the beginning of June, and is really an event for the whole family to participate.
You can start the tour anywhere you like but the route described here starts at Slotsbryggen in Nykøbing Falster. If you are accompanied by children, it is recommended you shorten the tour to 11.5 km (Map 1) with a stop at Guldborgsund Zoo. Provisions cannot be bought beyond Nykøbing Falster, so be sure to take a packed lunch with you!
You can start the tour anywhere you like but the route described here starts at the tourist information office at Marielyst. Marielyst tourist information office (1) can hire out cycles which you can pedal round the pano-rama route. Head down Marielyst Strandvej until you reach Stouby Tværvej - later in the summer sunflowers bloom along the roadside!
You can start the tour anywhere you like but the route described here starts at Slotsbryggen in Nykøbing Falster.
You can start the tour anywhere you like but the route described here starts at the tourist information office at Marielyst. You'll find places to eat in Marielyst, but you can also "refuel" on the way at grocery stores in Væggerløse and Marrebæk.
Bring your packed lunch or a picnic basket and experience the wonderful nature of Lolland-Falster. The many forests, beaches, straits, belts and lakes offer unique experiences in nature - all of it almost right outside the door.
A packed lunch just tastes better in the fresh air and here are 13 great places to maximize that experience: