is generally flat, Falster less so, while Møn
is a haven of small hills and valleys, with the Møn
Klint chalk cliffs a breathtaking sight. Bornholm
is set apart from the rest, 150km (90 miles) east of the Danish
mainland, and is made up of fertile farmland, white beaches and
rocky coastlines. Other towns worth visiting include Nakskov,
Nykobing, Nysted, Rønne, Sakskøbing and Stege.
Park on Lolland is Denmark’s largest, with 500 species
of trees, flowers and plants, it also contains a safari park. Corselitse
and the Pederstrup Museum are also worth a visit.
Bornholm contains Hammershus,
Denmark’s largest castle ruin (built in 1260), as well as
many fine churches. The small town of Svaneke was
awarded the European Gold Medal in Architectural
Heritage Year (1975).