Nationalpark Mols Bjerge, Roende
(4.8/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
Nationalpark Mols Bjerge is located in Roende. A visit to Nationalpark Mols Bjerge represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Roende vacation route planner to plot your vacation.
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  • On our trip to Denmark we have discovered one for us new and charming landscape. In this area in the South of Djursland in Eastern Jutland, the National Park is mols Bjerge of one of hilly terrain with many rare animal and plant species.  West find the Kaløs Beach meadows on which we visited an old castle ruin and East of the ridge of Jernhatten with a beautiful vantage point. In the middle of the field there are by Heather hills, natural forests and huge grassy areas of marked mols in which free times running horses can be observed. Gorgeous, we come back.
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  • We went from the visitor center at Strandkær and both went on the route and got a little astray so ended up going 9-10 km and a really beauty trip, many beautiful viewpoints. We were lucky with the weather in Oct. and had a day of bright sunshine which was the icing on the cake. Can only say it is a must if you are in Ebeltoft!
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  • .... again and again to experience the splendid nature of MOLS. This glacial landscape, over four times, is a piece of Danish nature and culture, which no one must skip past. ...
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  • Beautiful surroundings. And subtle but good signs to find around.
  • Love it, beautiful varied nature. Great to drive on one of the small roads, park it in an area and go for a walk around there. Coastline is beautiful too!
  • The best national park in Denmark. Use the plaques to learn more about the area.
  • Smuk natur, frisk luft har aldrig skadet nogen.
  • Fantastic nature landscapes, interesting pieces of history and lots (!) of hiking possibilities.