Møn is a small island situated in the south east of Denmark, and is dinstinguished by its having a diverse landscape of moorlands, woodlands and fields. A haven for nature lovers, a trip to Møn holiday rentals is a great way to explore this northern European gem.
The island's summer landscape is especially striking, with its fertile fields full of crops ready to be harvested. Wildflowers dot the fields of maize and corn, especially poppies, while the swifts swoop low in their endless search for more insects to feast on. May is also a good time to visit, when the fields of rape are a spectacular yellow and the start of summer is in the air. If idyllic island holidays are your idea of a perfect getaway, take a look at one of the most famous island cities in the world, Ibiza Town Villas.
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Visitors to Møn holiday cottages may also want to visit the town of Stege, a place which used to be the centre of the island's herring fishing industry. Much of the town, which has a population of around 4000 out of the island's total of approximately 11,000, looks very like it has done for the last two centuries. The castle has an interesting story attached to it, about how the town's own citizens blew it up in the 16th century as a reaction to a political decision made by the local Lord Lieutenant. The history of occupation of the island dates back to at least the Bronze Age, and anyone staying in Møn holiday rentals can enjoy visiting the huge number of ancient burial monuments which dot the landscape. There are over 170 such mounds, passages, barrows and cairns in an total surface area of 217 square kilometres. Most are in reasonable condition, though of course many more have been lost to agricultural processes over the years.
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The chalk cliffs at Møns Klint are one of Denmark's most famous natural landmarks. The volatile chalk cliffs, parts of which still occasionally collapse into the sea, rise to heights of 120 metres above the waves. The area around the cliffs is a lovely place to visit, with woods, hills and valleys dominating the landscape. People in the region can also visit the Aborrebjerg, at 143 metres altitude, one of Denmark’s highest points. With plenty of forests and beaches to explore and enjoy, anyone planning a stay in Møn holiday rentals will be rewarded with a great holiday. A combination of history, natural landscape and a warm welcome from the locals make it an especially rewarding holiday destination. Need more inspiration for magical European holiday destinations? Look no further than Central Croatia and Slavonia Holiday Homes.