Guide to Accommodation and Attractions in North Zealand
North Zealand – Kings, Vikings and UNESCO Attractions
West of Isefjord Isefjord in West Zealand is not well-known, but should not be overlooked when you seek natural surroundings, culture and attractions close to North Zealand. Visit the area of Røsnæs with its famous lighthouse. Take a trip to Kalundborg, a medieval city, and view the Church of Our Lady. After a long day, dine at Restaurant Bispegården located just 300 m from Danhostel Kalundborg . To the north of the hostel is Sjællands Odde, a 15-km long peninsula, and Nyrup Bay with beautiful beaches and fishing opportunities. Ossherred, home to the only UNESCO-protected Geopark in Denmark, is worth seeing. Stay at Danhostel Nykøbing Sjælland, located just 100 m from Isefjord and Anneberg Forest.
Wander on the beautiful Danish Monastic Route (Den Danske Kloserrute) which is a hiking route with roads and hiking trails. The route winds past idyllic monasteries, castle ruins, pleasant villages and through Denmark’s fourth largest forest, Gribskov. Ride your bicycle on a well-developed network of good cycling routes near beautiful scenery and local attractions. End your trip in Kalundborg in West Zealand, and take a ride on an Icelandic horse along the banks of the freshwater lake, Tissø.