The Lolland-Falster region connects Europe with Scandinavia. The towns of Lolland Falster are surrounded by beautiful nature in a picturesque and varied landscape.
Lolland and Falster are two fertile green islands amidst a sea of blue, with far-reaching skies and deep forests. The landscape has been created by natural forces and human hands. You can see this in the cultivated fields or in the numerous dolmens from the Stone Age and long barrows from the Bronze Age. It is also apparent from the fjords where you find dikes and beautiful parks surrounding castles and manors.
Lolland and Falster offer more than 600 km of an extremely varied coastline: wide beaches with soft, fine sand, small beaches with elevated cliffs and dykes or rocky coastlines with beech trees reflecting in blue waves. Several beaches have wide dykes that are perfect for a run or a bike ride. Big forests provide great opportunities for recreation and experiencing nature.