You might have head of Fyns Hoved or Svanninge Bakker, but Fyn also offers many smaller, and perhaps more overlooked nature experiences. Take a look and this and you might be inspired to take the road less travled.
Klintholm Chalk Pits provide an insight into the astonishing history of the earth. It higlights the time when sharks swam in tropical seas, and when volcanoes and earthquakes changed the sea into an i...
Beautiful scenery, flocks of birds, seals sunbathing at the water's edge and the sun gleaming in the lagoon - it's Gyldensteen Strand. Visit Funen's largest nature restoration!
Branches from the forests were formerly used for fences around the fields.
The exciting nature area "Næbbet" extends 300 m from the low cliff on the north side towards the South Funen Archipelago.
On the outskirts of Kerteminde City, lays Sybergland, where hiking, nature, and shelters are readily available for anyone to enjoy.
This lovely valley was originally formed by the melt water from the lakes at Ollerup, Nielstrup, Hvilkilde and Sørup.
The Lykkesholm Estate nestles in beautiful scenery at the far end of a valley, by a lake surrounded by woodland.
The fishing stairs are built near Store Åen, a stream running past what is known today as The Morten Korch Museum inside the former mill; Fyllested Mølle. You can hike along the stream and enjoy the p...
Nørresø Lake is surrounded by beautiful woodland, and from the path around the lake there is a fine view out to the small islands. The lake is up to 6 m deep and is a typical moraine lake, where the w...
Thurø Rev is a wonderfull beach.