The chalk cliffs rise over 100 metres high above the turquoise blue waters of the Baltic Sea. Møns Klint can be enjoyed in lots of different ways, whether by paraglider, kayak or mountain bike, or by diving or just taking a walk through the beech woods right at the top of the peak.
The experience is different each time, as Møns Klint is a piece of living nature. A rock slide or pieces falling from the cliffs causes the breathtaking view to be subtly changed each time you visit.
You can learn more about Møns Klint in this brochure.
If you are playing with the idea of viewing Møns Klint whilst paragliding over the edge or looking up while kayaking along the rocky coatline, then you will find all further information to these experiences on Møns Klint Resort.
Møns Klint also offers the phenomenon Dark Sky, resulting from the extremely low light and energy pollution in the area. This means you have a fantastic view of the stars and the Milky Way. An experience not to be missed!
At the Geocenter Møns Klint you will be sent millions of years backwards - to the time that the dinosaurs occupied this planet - and learn the whole history of where we are now. Exhibitions take you through three geological periods. Firstly under water to the Cretaceous Period, from there to the time when 2/3 of all life on earth was destroyed and further into the Ice Age, which was partially responsible for the formation of the very chalk cliffs at Mon that we know today.
For an interactive experience where you are in the midst of history in the making.
If you are like us and can't get enough of this story then it's time for an overnight stay in Møns Klint Resort. Various types of holiday homes and cabins are on offer.
Next day, if the weather allows, you can enjoy a picnic in the romantic gardens of Liselund or take part in a guided tour of the stately home in Neoclassical style, which was built in 1792.
For those who enjoy churches and wall paintings, Møn is exactly the right place. The Fanefjord Church and the Elmelund Church are especially well known for their chalk wall paintings. Other churches in the area are also well worth a detour.
Take the train from Copenhagen Central Station to Vordingborg Station (1 hour and 15 minutes depending on the departure).
From here you can go by bus 660R to Stege Rutebilstation - a journey that takes about 50 minutes.
From Stege you take bus 667 to Klintholm Harbour, which takes about 30 minutes.
In the period from may to september you can take bus 678 the last 6 km to the cliffs. Otherwise you will have to walk to get to Møns Klint.