Denmark – Returning to Møn

Autumn weather in Denmark can be very unpredictable. Rain and wind chased us away from Middelfart, but the day afterwards the sun and milder temperatures had returned. Ingrid and I decided to go for a long drive, to Møn.

This small island is known for its cliff; since we had already seen this, we were curious if Møn had something else to offer.

After you have climbed the cliff and had lunch in Stege, you could for example explore the beaches.

Klintholm Havn is both a fishing harbor and a popular touristic resort, with lots of restaurants, art galleries and 2 sandy beaches. The climate here is milder than in the rest of Denmark and in summer you can count on at least 17 hours of sunshine per day.

On the way back home, we stopped in the harbor of Stubbekøbing on the nearby island of Falster to look at the sunset.


  • Gerry C. February 19, 2015 at 12:42 am

    Bravo! You have a good sense of composition in your art work. Thank you for sharing. Keep up the good work. 🙂

    • larsj March 12, 2015 at 3:16 pm

      Thank you very much, Gerry. Ingrid appreciates your comment very much.


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