What to see on Lolland?
When you are on vacation on Lolland, you cannot miss nature, culture, food and of course the attraction parcs. These are Lolland’s trademarks. In Lolland’s backyard you can see the construction of Europe’s largest infrastructure project, the Fehmarn Belt Tunnel, which has a visitors centre in Rødbyhavn. Here you get very close to the construction and see the construction site with your own eyes.
The Nature on Lolland
The nature experiences are Lolland’s highlight, and between lakes, in forests and on beaches you get plenty of time to relax. Not far from Nysted Beach Camping you will find Frejlev Forest, where you can walk among the tall trees, the creaking branches and the rustle of the treetops. The trip can also go to Skejten, where you can be fascinated by the untouched landscape from the ice age. In Maribo you can experience the nature park by the magnificent Maribo lakes, sail with the boat Anemonen and see the cute Troll. If you want to experience distinctive bird areas, you should go to Saksfjed-Hyllekrog or Nakskov Nature Park. Finally, Albuen Beach is a scenic experience where you can enjoy the silence along the beach.
Art and Culture on Lolland
The islands of Lolland-Falster are also known for their cultural attractions. Fuglsang Art Museum and Fuglsang Herregaard are close, and from here Lolland opens its cultural gems. In Maribo you can visit the cathedral where the royal daughter Leonora Christina was buried, visit the Museum Lolland-Falster exhibition on the regional history, or watch the history unfold at the Open-Air Museum. From Maribo you can also take the veteran train Museumsbanen to Bandholm, where you can go for a walk on the harbour. Further north you can see the stone monument, Dodekalitten, which combines resounding, underground sounds with beautifully carved sculptures.
Local Foods on Lolland
Lolland is one of Denmark’s most sunny islands, which has given Lolland’s agriculture golden opportunities. In recent years, several local producers have developed sustainable concepts “from farm to fork” and reached new gastronomic heights. Among other things, Lolland is known for the award-winning beer from Krenkerup Brewery and the sweet drops from Frederiksdals Cherry Wines – both are attractions that you can visit during your holiday. The local wine production takes place at Østergård Vineri, while the percentages are a little stronger at Falster Distillery. If you are looking for sweet and crispy fruit for the holiday, you can visit the fruit producers Tokkerupgård or Lollefrugt. Among Lolland’s best restaurants you will find Den Grønne Verden (The Green World), where you can take a walk in Lolland’s largest kitchen garden before the food is served in the restaurant. Sakskøbing is the capital of food, where you can eat at the famous chef Claus Meyer’s restaurant at Hotel Saxkjøbing or go to food school, while in Nakskov you can enjoy gourmet dishes at Gonzalez-Feilberg and in Onsevig at Den Fuldkomne Fisker (The Perfect Fisherman). If you go to Falster, Restaurant Pomle Nakke’s Michelin-like dishes are stunning for the eye as well as the stomach.
Activities for Children on Lolland-Falster
Camping holidays are family holidays, and on Lolland-Falster there are plenty of funny experiences that can make the youngest family members into joy and laughter. From Nysted, one of the trips can go to Knuthenborg Safari Park, where you can experience the safari animals up close, play in Limpopoland or explore the dinosaurs of the past. In Guldborgsund Zoo, the animals are ready for a show, while in Crocodile Zoo you will be fascinated by reptiles and wild animals with large gaps. During the camping holiday, the children will also love a day in Lalandia, where you can splash water and slide all day long.
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