In Bakkebølle, not far from Vordingborg, you can, for example, visit the old family farm Jonsholm, which is particularly known for its many different varieties of strawberries. The farm shop, including the roadside stall, opens around 1 June, and from mid-June it is also open for pick-your-own, where you can pick strawberries with the most beautiful view of Storstrømmen as an added bonus. The farm also grows potatoes, peas and blueberries.
Not far from motorway E47 at Bårse is Langholm Fruit, where they grow many different varieties of apples and pears that are sold directly from the farm. Some of the apples are used for the production of apple juice and apple mulled wine, which you can buy in the farm shop. If you wish, there is also the option of pick-your-own in the orchards.
Approximately four kilometres outside Haslev, on the way to Næstved, you will find Kildemarksgaarden, which since 1877, has been run by traditional agriculture. About 10 years ago the family started the roadside sales of potatoes, and it has since grown into a proper farm shop that today offers a wide range of fresh and pesticide-free crops. There is the option to pick-your-own strawberries and peas on the farm.
At Stensbygård in Stensved on South Zealand, free-range Finnish fine wool lambs are bred, whose low-fat and tasty meat is used to make, amongst other things, delicious salamis and it is also possible to buy a whole lamb on the farm. The lambs graze on the unsprayed, lush meadows by Storstrømmen, making the meat lean, tender and extremely tasty.