Sally Due Sperling will be the new hostess at Danhostel Esbjerg on January 1, 2020. She will replace Marianne and Børge Bull who will say goodbye after 23 wonderful years as hosts at Danhostel Esbjerg. Sally is not a stranger to Danhostel as she is the current hostess at Danhostel Kolding and will say goodbye at the end of 2019.
Guide to Møn - With One of Denmark's Five-Star Attractions
Møns natural beauty
The natural beauty of the small island of Møn is one of a kind in Denmark.
Møn has a five-star attraction, The Møns Klint (Cliffs). Many of Møn's attractions are in one way or another connected with nature on or around the incredible cliffs.
Our website, Danhostel.dk/en, will assist you when you are ready to book your stay on and around Møn.
PLACES TO STAY ON MØN
There are of course several places to choose from on Møn, but the Danhostel here is conveniently located and should be chosen for your stay on Møn.
THINGS TO SEE AND DO ON MØN
Møns Klint is one of the most fantastic places in Denmark. The 6 km (3.7 mi) long chalk cliffs are a striking landmark, and the surrounding areas have other attractions including Klinteskoven (Cliff Forest), Jydelejet, Høvblege Mandemarke Hills and Liselund Park.
With all the natural beauty here, it is recommended that you spend a full day at the Cliffs of Møn.
GeoCenter Møns Klint
One of the biggest attractions on Møn is the GeoCenter Møns Klint, a time travel experience through 70 million years, where technology, the interpretation of artists and rare fossils take you from the bottom of the ocean to the unique nature atop the chalk cliffs, Møns Klint. Exhibits comprise the geological ages, the present, a workshop, glacier cinema, the climbing cave, a special dinosaur exhibition and a 3D cinema.
Boattrip around Møns Klint
It is possible to see the white cliffs from the seaside or take the boat from Klintholm harbour and experience the beauty of Møns Klint. This trip is very popular, so reservation is necessary.
Visit the charming town of Stege, the biggest town of Møn, and view its half-timbered houses and narrow streets. The town's history goes all the way back to the Middle Ages, when it became a market town in 1268. Take a trip to Stege Castle, a medieval castle built in the Romanesque style in the 13th century. Many of Stege's plants are medicinal in nature and stem from the Middle Ages.
Møn bolcher - Møn Sweets
Møn Bolcher taste like a dream
Møn Bolcher is a candy factory which makes sweets from traditional recipes. Throughout the year, children can make their own lollipops with guidance from the candy makers. They sell a variety of delicious sweets and offer free samples after each production.
Kalvehave Maze Park
Just before the bridge to Møn is Kalvehave Maze Park. The mazes are challenging for all ages, and the children might be quicker than the adults to find their way through them. Both inside and out there are various puzzle games and brain teasers you can try to solve.