Charming seaside town by the cliff Stevns Klint with harbour, marina, beach, fresh fish and lovely nature.
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The cosy seaport Rødvig is located in a tranquil and scenic area on the peninsular Stevns on the eastern coast of South Sealand - right by the bay Fakse Bugt and the Baltic. Rødvig is characterized by its evocative fishing harbour and marina, where you can buy fresh fish or take a sail along the spectacular coastline and the cliff Stevns Klint, which is located close to the town. The landmark of Rødvig is the large white flint oven on the harbour, which was formerly used for converting flint nodules into flint powder.
Rødvig offers good shopping opportunities as well as more restaurants, and within a short distance you will find forests, chalk pits and limestone quarries, museums, amusements and commercial towns.
The beach Klintestranden in Rødvig is a lovely sandy beach with shallow child-friendly water and Blue Flag. The beach begins south of the fishing harbour and stretches along the town. The beach is partly sheltered by growth. Here you are able to swim, sunbathe as well as engage yourselves in beach and watersport activities.
Rødvig is surrounded by sea, a spectacular coastline with cliff and beach, fields and forests.
Just north of Rødvig you can experience the dramatic 15 km long cliff, Stevns Klint. The chalk-white cliff rises more than 40 metres from the shore. Enjoy the sight of the remarkable cliff from the viewpoints or from the coast by Højerup, from the limestone quarry Boesdal or Holtug. You can walk along the beach from Rødvig to Boesdal.
Near the chalk pit Holtug botanists can find a number of rare plants (13 km).
Gjorslev Bøgeskov is a beautiful and dense beech forest, which is located directly by the waters edge. From here you can enjoy the view of the bay Køge Bugt and the coast of Sweden. Near the shore you can visit an almost 100 years old tea garden (18 km towards north).
Feddet is a 5 km long peninsular with varying nature. The conservation area with moor, dunes and salt meadows has a rich bird life that can be studied from a gazebo (39 km).
You can swim, sunbathe, windsurf, fish, sail and dive by the beach Klintestranden in Rødvig. If you are game for a good hike, you can follow the path Stevns Klint Trampesti, which stretches from the harbour of Rødvig towards north and ends by the harbour of Bøgeskov - a scenic stretch of 20 km.
Vallø Golfklub offers a beautiful golf ground with 27 holes: an 18-hole long course and a 9-hole Pay & Play intermediate course. Furthermore a driving range, an approach green and a clubhouse are available here (20 km).
Rønnede Golfklub offers a scenic and interesting 18-hole golf course for green fee players (30 km).
In Fakse it is possible to join a tour on the famous brewery Faxe Bryggeri. At the end of the tour you can taste the products (26 km).
At the ship engine museum Rødvig Skibsmotormuseum engines from all kinds of ships are exhibited, and behind the museum the big museum cutter Vivi has been drawn up on land.
Experience the largest sight of Rødvig and Stevns: the 15 km long and 41 m high chalk cliff Stevns Klint. 'Flagbanken' by Stevns Natur Center is the most dramatic point and offers a unique view. The church Højerup Gl. Kirke is located right on the edge of the cliff - an impressive sight.
Stevns Museum in Højerup is an expedition back in time. Here you can see old workshops, handicraft and toys, bottle ships, finds from old sea battles, fishing tools, fire pumps as well as a geological exhibition about dinosaurs and the lime filled subsoil of the area (5 km).
The estate Gjorslev Gods in Holtug is Denmark¿s largest mediaeval castle. The castle is surrounded by a public, 10 hectares park, which appears like an English landscape garden with lake, standard trees, rose beds and clematis (13 km).
Østsjællands Museum Fakse exhibits more than 500 different kinds of fossils (26 km).
In the limestone quarry Fakse Kalkbrud, which is 45 m deep, you can find fossils from f.ex. sharks and crocodiles, which lived here millions of years ago.
BonbonLand in Holme Olstrup contains more than 70 amusements for the whole family - among other things Denmark's wildest switchback 'Vild-svinet', a rafting course, carousels, circus, children's theatre, pirate island and much more (42 km).
The capital Copenhagen with the vivid cultural life, museums, music, theatre, galleries, amusements and Europe's longest pedestrian street 'Strøget' as well as sights like Tivoli, Planetarium, Guinness World Reords, Ripley's Believe it or Not, H.C. Andersen Eventyrhuset, Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen Zoo etc. is located 74 km from Rødvig.
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