Top reasons to visit Lolland-Falster
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!
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.
Art and Culture
With several fascinating art museums, many galleries, and interesting historic museums, Lolland-Falster has a lot to offer to art and culture enthusiasts of nearly any kind. For example, you may visit the popular Fuglsang Kunstmuseum, the Maribo Open Air Museum, or Richard Winther’s House with its more than 50 paintings on walls and ceilings.
Island holidays in the Smålandsfarvand
If you dream about a peaceful holiday and time to relax in grounding and authentic surroundings, we warmly recommend an island holiday in the Smålandsfarvand north of Lolland. From Kragenæs on north Lolland you can catch a ferry to Fejø and Femø, while you can get to Askø/Lilleø from Bandholm. But watch out - island holidays can be highly addictive!
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.