At the entrance to many nature areas there is a box of leaflets. The archipelago trail is Langeland's longest continuous hiking route, the route is used by many people year-round.
Hiking map with 29 routes. Buy or download.
There is access to the cliff and the beach from the parking spaces and trails.
Tryggelev Nor is one of the most bird-rich wetlands in Denmark.
The south tip of Langeland is home to a large nature reserve with open grasslands, lakes and ponds, wetlands, woodland and cliffs. Here you can encounter a herd of “wild” Exmoor ponies, which fend for...
A Footpath Langeland round the coast
At Nordlangeland you can experience one of Denmark's most beautiful beech forests with old, crooked trees.
In the bog there are, among other things, patch divers, blish hens, white claws, vibes and reed hawks.
Hennetved Haver is a forest of 45 ha. The forest has a fine path system and there are many large old beeches and knotted oaks.
A few thousand years ago, the meadow was a lake that encircled Påøen to the north and west.
The forest has been untouched since 1940. The trees grow, age and die.
From 1805 it was forbidden to keep cattle and pigs in forests. In 1994, Skovsgaard was granted a dispensation.
Folder describing part of the experience opportunities related to nature and culture in Tranekær.
220 km hiking route on Sydfyn, Langeland and Ærø.