Møns Klint

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About an hour and three quarters drive (139km) from Copenhagen, Møns Klint is a rare geographical feature in Denmark - 6km of 120m high chalk white cliffs towering over a beautiful turquoise green sea. The cliffs are reached via a walk through woodlands, and the beach below is accessible via a wooden stair case. The beach is said to contain rocks filled with fossils - although on my visit I struggled to find a fossil. The nearby GeoCenter Møns Klint was opened in 2007 and is a museum dedicated to the history of this geological phenomenon. It's a real beauty spot and a highly recommended visit. Although it receives nearly 250,000 visitors per year, on my visit it did not feel crowded with tourists.
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  • Møns Klint, 4791 Borre, Denmark
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    Standard Free
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    Education 3
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    Family friendly
    Hidden gem
    Tourist must-do

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