A little history
Besides being a rose branch in the sea, Langeland also means hatshaped hills, mansions, a noble castle and a king’s grave. The royal tomb is a passage grave named King Humble’s grave. King Humble’s grave is situated a little North of the tall towering Humble Church. The passage grave is 55 m long and 9 m wide, which makes it the largest on the island. You can visit the tomb, which has existed for 4000 years, via a path from Kædeby. From King Humble’s Grave there is a magnificent view of the church and the beautiful landscape of Langeland.