Cosy and green holiday home area with nature beach on the southern coast of Møn.
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Råbylille Strand is a family-friendly and cosy holiday home area on the southern coast of Møn, just 9 km from the mediaeval town Stege - the largest town on Møn, and 13 km from the spectacular cliff Møns Klint. The area is green and luxuriant with vegetation right down to the good nature beach with breakwater.
In Råbymølle Strand you can relax, enjoy nature, swim and fish from the beach or go on an excursion to one of the nearby towns and sights.
Møn is connected through bridges with both Sealand and Falster, and is therefore easily accessible. The ferry routes to Germany and Sweden are located just about an hour’s drive from here.
By Råbylille you will find a small and lovely sandy beach as well as stretches with stones. The sandy beach has shallow water and is suitable for swimming, beach activities, relaxing and fishing. More places along the beach you can enjoy the sunset from a bench.
Møn offers more nice and clean beaches. Visit for example also Ulvshale Strand, 7 km to the north of Stege, which has been elected as one of Europe’s best bathing beaches. This beach is a wide and white sandy beach with shallow water and dunes.
By many of the beaches on Møn sailors and windsurfers will find good conditions.
This corner of Møn is very green and the luxuriant vegetation of Råbylille Strand stretches right down to the beach.
The famous cliff Møns Klint with its 128 metres high chalk cliffs is one of the most famous and visited nature areas in Denmark. The impressive white cliff rises directly from the sea and is a fantastic sight – both from the beach and the path on top of the cliff. By Møns Klint the old beech wood Klinteskoven grows all the way out to the edge of the cliff. Here you can find beautiful orchids, which does not grow anywhere else in Denmark (13 km).
Near Ulvshale you will find scenic nature with forest, moor, salt meadow, bird sanctuary and lovely child-friendly bathing beach (17 km).
The island Nyord by Ulvshale is an important breeding and resting ground for water birds.
Anglers will find good conditions along the varying stretches of coast on Møn. By Råbylille Strand the water is shallow and the fish often stay close to the shore. You can also go deep sea fishing from the small harbour Klintholm Havn (11 km towards east) or visit a Put & Take fishpond.
Golfers can test the open and hilly 18 hole Par 72 course of Møn Golfklub, which is scenically located by the cove Stege Nor.
Windsurfers and anglers can profit by winds in the bay of Stege.
Because of its scale the island is ideal for hikes as well as bicycle and horseback rides.
Møn is rich in artists and artisans, and you can visit their workshops and exhibitions all over the island. You will also find many graves from the antiquity in the shape of dolmens, passage graves and bronze age mound.
The mediaeval town Stege is a vibrant and historic town. See the old merchant's houses, the streets, the squares and the ramparts of the town, which originates from the Middle Ages. The town also contains museums like Møns Museum Empiregården and the castle Stege Borg (9 km).
The nearby small harbour Klintholm Havn is an evocative fishing harbour with a smokehouse and a fish restaurant, and from here you can go on a sail to the cliff Møns Klint (11 km).
By Møns Klint you can visit the experience centre GeoCenter Møns Klint. Here you can see interactive exhibitions and films or come along on an expedition in nature. And try the 237 metres long wooden boardwalk, which leads you to more viewpoints (13 km).
Admire the idyllic country seat Liselund, which is Denmark’s only castle with a thatched roof. The castle is surrounded by a romantic park and is located close to Møns Klint (13 km).
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