Built in 1736, located in "Dyrehaven" north of Copenhagen, Denmark. Never intended for residence, the Hermitage Palace was built as a setting for hosting royal banquets during hunts in Dyrehaven, which surrounds the palace.
Dronie of the charming Hotel Koldingfjord with a unique location and atmosphere in the forest and an amazing view of the water. A perfect place to relax or host a special event.
Ledreborg Palace was built in 1740-1745 by Count Johan Ludwig Holstein, the head of the Danish chancellery during the reign of Christian VI. For the past 250 years the estate has been in the hands of the Holstein-Ledreborg family and it still is today. The main building holds a unique collection of original furniture and paintings and Ledreborg Palace is today one of Denmark’s finest examples of 18th century architecture and landscaping.
Standing on top of the Cliff of Møn - 128 m above the sea - you are at the same time on top of the Danish chalk foundation. Denmark is entirely built on a platform of chalk, and therefore the Cliff of Møn bears witness of the enormous forces that have created the country and the unique flora and fauna of the area.
On Høje Møn - as the area around the Cliff of Møn is called - you will find plants and animals that may only be found in this part of the country.