It's hard not to get enthusiastic about the many amazing experiences on offer. Choose for yourself – whether you’re into nature, culture, gastronomy or fun discoveries for children. There’s something for everyone!
Northern Europe's largest safari park offers a host of wild animals and exciting experiences for the young and young at heart.
THE DODECALITH - a unique and distinctive monument of impressive giant stone sculptures accompanied by music matched to the season. A MUST-SEE!
Marielyst Beach is truly something special and has been rated the best beach in Denmark for several years in a row by readers of Rejseliv. Here you have a 10 km long, child-friendly beach with soft white sand and attractive surroundings with summer houses, campsites, holiday cottages and hotels – and then of course the more than 100 years old town of Marielyst with a variety of restaurants and cafés.
In this amazing place you will find all of the world's 23 existing crocodile species represented. You will also be able to see snakes, giant tortoises, monkeys, and clouded leopards.During July and ...
Experience the large and impressive Maribo Cathedral, have a look at the crypt where Leonora Christina was buried and explore the old abbey ruins.
Prizewinning art museum amidst the landscapeFuglsang Art Museum is one of the oldest art museums in the country, comprising a significant collection of Danish art from ca. 1780-1980. We always show ...
With five golf courses, lots of coast and sea – perfect for angling, sailing, and beach life – and scores of signposted walking and cycling routes, among these "The Baltic Sea Route" and the "Sundruten", the South Sea Islands of Lolland-Falster are ideal for both more comfortable and real challenging action-experiences. Read more for inspiration for experiences that take a little effort!
Make a splash of memories of fun and adventure with the whole family – water-lovers and landlubbers alike – at Lalandia's holiday centre.
With our long coastline, several lakes, fjords and sounds, the possibilities for water activities are ample. The Smålandsfarvand is a haven for sailing enthusiasts, while the lakes and beautiful fjord stretches are welcoming the canoe and kayak people. North of Falster you find great possibilities for both wind- and kitesurfing.
When on Lolland-Falster, do not forget to pamper yourself with extraordinary gastronomic experiences. You may pay a visit to Restaurant Ö in the beautiful harbour of Nysted, or you may visit famous Danish cook Claus Meyer’s Hotel Saxkjøbing with its special focus on local produce, making it a gastronomic window for the area. Also at Oreby Inn the food is made from locally grown ingredients.
Stop by the award-winning Krenkerup Brewery and the adjacent ‘Krenkerup Traktørsted’ brewpub to enjoy a freshly-tapped draught beer in a cosy atmosphere.
Go on a historic tour and experience our many well-preserved manors. Some may only be seen from the outside, but are still worth the trip due to the beautiful scenery that surrounds them. Several have public access to the castle park. Follow our guide to Lolland-Falster's manors.
Peter Hansens Garden – The Botanical Garden of VestlollandAfter extending with a new 25.000 sq.m. arboretum in 2017, the garden now is on 55.000 sq.m., and it holds one of the most comprehensive col...