In the cosy and quiet holiday area Kongsmark you are surrounded by nature and beach, and still you are close to the sights of western Sealand.
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Kongsmark is situated in the middle of the bay 'Musholmbugten' on the coast of western Sealand. From here you can enjoy a magnificent view of the Great Belt and The Great Belt Bridge. The area offers more relics, memorials, a rich bird life and sights for the whole family. Close to Kongsmark Strand you will find shops, restaurants, a minigolf course and ice cream stalls. The nearest larger town is Slagelse, which is situated 12 km from Kongsmark.
The beach of Kongsmark is a sandy beach with a few rocks. Besides swimming, the beach is suitable for walks and windsurfing. It is also possible to find amber at the waters edge early in the morning.
Don't miss one of the beautiful sunsets from this beach.
Plantation and green recreational areas characterize the area behind the beach.
The peninsular Reersø offers a unique nature with i.a. three wetlands; 'Flasken', 'Skiften' and 'Vejlen', where you can observe wading birds and ducks. From the gazebo of the area you can study the bird life (23 km).
Denmark's fourth largest lake 'Tissø' and the surrounding nature form a scenic, preserved area with many wading and water birds. By the eastern shore of the lake you will find the beechwood 'Klinteskov', which has an elevated, hilly and varying landscape. 'Tissø' has been laid out as an EU bird sanctuary (29 km).
The forest 'Slagelse Lystskov' is a lovely forest area with i.a. the lake 'Studentersøen'.
Anglers will find good opportunities along the shores of Kongsmark. It is also possible to fish for freshwater fish in the lake 'Tissø'.
Golf players can try out the nearby course of 'Korsør Golf Klub' (17 km).
Both the beach and the lovely nature invite walks.
'Trelleborg' by Slagelse is a 1,000-year-old viking castle. A museum on the spot exhibits finds from excavations (tools, weapons, clothes etc.) as well as reconstructions (8 km).
The monuments in the marsh 'Mullerup Mose' indicate the spots, where finds from the hunters and fishermen of the stone age changed Denmark's history (9 km).
Visit Slagelse with the old quarter, which has recently been restored in a cosy style with i.a. paved roads. The town also offers an interesting museum with an old grocer's shop and interesting, historical collections, galleries as well as good shopping possibilities and restaurants (12 km).
Around Bjerge you will find more passage graves, like i.a. 'Regnarshøj' and 'Rævehøj', from which you can enjoy a magnificent view of the Great Belt (21 km).
Visit the peninsular Reersø with whitewash, half-timbered farms with thatched roofs from the 18th. century, a small and cosy fishing harbour, 'Reersø Museum', a unique nature with a rich bird life as well as the many workshops and exhibitions of the local craftsmen (23 km).
The garden 'Birkegårdens Haver' by Tågerup is a scenic experience and a joy for both the eye and the nose. See an English, a Japanese and a Danish garden as well as a fold with domestic animals (30 km).
Bonbonland in Holme-Olstrup offers more than 70 activities for the whole family, i.a. 'Vildsvinet' - Denmark's largest roller coaster, a rafting course, carousels, circus, children¿s theatre, a pirate lake and much more (58 km).
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