An uninterrupted view of the flat meadows of southern Falster. This route takes you past impressive old buildings and through beautiful scenery.
Take a quick detour to one of the lovely beaches at Marielyst.
Gedesby Mill. Photo: Business LF
Both Gedesby Mølle (Gedesby Mill) and Gedesby Kirke (Gedesby Church) are worth a visit. The mill is a working mill. Relax or have a snack at the tables outside the mill.
Find a bargain in the second-hand shop or just drop in for a cup of coffee.
Marielyst beach. Photo: Business LF
Marielyst is a large area of holiday homes which is really several small towns. In 2013, the beach at Marielyst was named best beach in Denmark – for the third year running.
The area offers various activities such as golf, go-karting, bowling and fishing. Stay an extra day or two to experience the area's excellent one-day cycling trips that take you around a number of exciting sights.
Photo: Business LF
Nykøbing is the largest town on the island of Falster. Shop in the old town or visit one of the town's many museums.
Middelaldercentret (Medieval Centre) offers daily activities – it is easy to spend many hours here. Krokodille Zoo (Crocodile Zoo) and Traktormuseet (Tractor Museum) in Eskildstrup are also worth a detour.