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    The two islands Lolland and Falster are situated in south-eastern Denmark. A small, untouched paradise with a spectacular nature, exciting attractions and a rich cultural life.
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    Destination Lolland-Falster

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    Lolland-Falster offers a getaway from the stress of daily life and here, you can relax on the long, white sand beaches or visit one of the nearby small islands. Try for example a trip to Lilleø or Fejø islands which among other things are famous for their fruit orchards. Claus Meyer is born and raised on Lolland and owns an orchard with prunes, plums and pears on Lilleø.

    The many art galleries on the islands, the different museums or the idyllic manor houses of the region with their beautiful gardens and parks provide ample opportunity for exploring for the people interested in arts and culture. Stop by the unique houses of the fishing hamlet of Hesnæs, which has a view of the Baltic Sea, the Reventlow Museum surrounded by an idyllic park and the beautiful manor house Fuglsang which has a rich tradition of music and art.

    The cosy market towns with beautiful, old houses and exciting shops are obvious excursion destinations. During summer, the white sand beaches provide plenty of opportunity for fun and relaxation. Knuthenborg Safari Park and the Medieval Centre are undoubtedly also worth a visit and there are lots of activities.

    The two islands have many inns and restaurants that diligently use local produce in their dishes. Moreover, you can visit a number of the islands’ food producers and buy the products in the farm shops. During late summer and fall, there is an abundance of apples, which is one of the products that the area is particularly famous for.

    Read more here  |  Source: www.visitdenmark.com

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  • Lolland-Falster offers a getaway from the stress of daily life and here, you can relax on the long, white sand beaches or visit one of the nearby small islands. Try for example a trip to Lilleø or Fejø islands which among other things are famous for their fruit orchards. Claus Meyer is born and raised on Lolland and owns an orchard with prunes, plums and pears on Lilleø.

    The many art galleries on the islands, the different museums or the idyllic manor houses of the region with their beautiful gardens and parks provide ample opportunity for exploring for the people interested in arts and culture. Stop by the unique houses of the fishing hamlet of Hesnæs, which has a view of the Baltic Sea, the Reventlow Museum surrounded by an idyllic park and the beautiful manor house Fuglsang which has a rich tradition of music and art.

    The cosy market towns with beautiful, old houses and exciting shops are obvious excursion destinations. During summer, the white sand beaches provide plenty of opportunity for fun and relaxation. Knuthenborg Safari Park and the Medieval Centre are undoubtedly also worth a visit and there are lots of activities.

    The two islands have many inns and restaurants that diligently use local produce in their dishes. Moreover, you can visit a number of the islands’ food producers and buy the products in the farm shops. During late summer and fall, there is an abundance of apples, which is one of the products that the area is particularly famous for.

    Read more here  |  Source: www.visitdenmark.com

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