Danish cottages on Møn
Møn is situated on an exciting corner of Denmark. The unique countryside on Møn and the wide, white sandy beaches are a pleasure to look at – especially from one of the wonderful NOVASOL's lovely Danish cottages. Expect to fall head over heels for Møn. By far the most magical of the south islands, its most famous draw is its spectacular white cliffs, Møns Klint. Soft, sweeping and crowned by deep-green forest, they’re the stuff landscape paintings are made of, which possibly explains the island’s healthy headcount of artists.
Mindblowing landscapes to explore from your Danish cottages
Møn is also known for the famous Møn’s Cliff, which we dare say is the greatest of natural sights in the country. This magnificent sight of chalk and sand, which has been eroded by the sea for centuries, is so impressive that you can only go 'wow'! The gleaming white chalk cliffs rise sharply 128m (420ft) above a lovely clear sea, making one of the most striking landscapes in Denmark and one definitely not to be missed whilst self-catering in our Danish cottages. Møns Klint is a very popular tourist destination and the wooded arrival point above the cliffs has a busy cafeteria, souvenir shops and picnic grounds. But none of this detracts from the natural appeal of the cliffs themselves or the lovely woodland above them.
Active holidays in Møn
Sun, beach, cliffs and beech wood – this should be enough to make this beautiful island appealing. You will soon find that there is an abundance of activities on offer for you to enjoy during your stay in our Danish cottages. However when your choose your self-catering Denmark accommodation with NOVASOL, you can always rest assured that you will have a lovely cottage to return back to at the end of a busy day!
Uncover amazing culture
Besides the countryside Møn is rich in cultural history. The island has been inhabited for thousands of years, and one of the best preserved ramparts dug up in the land of the Danes is to be found here. Moreover, there are a number of interesting local museums, which can be recommended to anyone who would like to learn more about this lovely area and the Danish culture and history as a whole. Also visit the collection of ancient churches in Møn like the 13th century Fanefjord Kirke with its ancient frescoes or Stege Kirke with its crude but endearing carvings.
Fall in love with the cuisine in Møn
Møn is ideally located to enjoy the unique flavours of the Danish palette. Of course seafood is the star of the show, with dishes ranging from traditional salmon smørrebrød (open faced sandwiches) on homemade rye bread, to freshly-caught fish expertly crafted into sushi rolls. Fertile land also makes this a hotspot for wonderful organic fruit. Apples, grapes and figs thrive in Møn and appear frequently on the Danish menu. Even the honey and wild herbs growing here taste superb, making excellent accompaniements to Danish cuisine. Meat eaters must try the Scandinavian speciality of smoked lamb or tuck into a juicy steak, meanwhile vegetarians can feast on the bounty of the land with excellent salads and desserts that you wont be able to turn down.
Love thy neighbours
Møn is incredibly beautiful in itself and has all the facilities you may need for a family holiday in Denmark. However, we can highly recommend a visit to the neighbouring islands of Lolland and Falster during your stay in your chosen Danish cottages by NOVASOL. Both are equally beautiful and are sure to charm visitors with both their natural beauty and the relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. There are also plenty of activities on offer to keep you and any little ones occupied!
Holiday cottages in Denmark - why choose NOVASOL?
NOVASOL has several luxurious and well fitted out holiday cottages on the island of Møn. All of them lie close to the beach, and you can be certain that you will experience Denmark at its loveliest in one of our Denmark holiday villas. NOVASOL is of course originally a Danish company, boasting 50 years' of experience in providing high-quality and hand-picked holiday homes in areas across Denmark.