Destination Zealand

Zealand is the largest island in Denmark and the most populated Danish island with
nearly 2,5 million people.

Zealand is connected to Funen by the Great Belt Bridge and to Sweden by the
Øresund Bridge, which makes traveling through Zealand easy.

Camping in Copenhagen gives you easy access to all the attractions and sights
in Zealand, whether you take public transportation, the car or a bicycle.

 

 

 

 

Attractions in Zealand

Møn's Cliff

Get a good view of dramatically chalk slopes at Møn's Cliff, which hides more than 70 million years of history. Maybe, you will be lucky enough to find exciting fossils on the beach.

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Sommerland Sjælland Amusement Park

Try Zealand's biggest outdoor waterland (The Blue Lagune), be a part of The Wild West, walk through the Amazons and much more.

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BonBon-Land

Experience how funny hard candy called "dogfarts", "sea gull dropping" and "sewer sludge" became a 125.000 sq metres large amusement park, which attracts excited children each year.

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Faxe Limestone Quarry

See the Faxe Limestone Quarry east of Faxe. Go down into the quarry and experience a 63 million year old seabed, where sharks, crocodiles and squids swam among lovely corals.

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Gavnø Castle

Visit the Island of Flowers and find the largest privately owned collection of paintings in Scandinavia. Also enjoy historical memories, art, nature and flowers united in one place.

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Fredensborg Palace

Visit the beautiful 18th century baroque palace which is known as the royal couple's most used residence – and take a walk through Denmark's largest historical gardens.

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Frederiksborg Castle

Be enchanted by the beautiful gardens surrounding Frederiksborg Castle. Enjoy the romantic landscaped garden and the baroque garden from 1725.

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Kronborg Castle

Kronborg Castle in Elsinore, at the seaward approach to the Sound Øresund, is one of northern Europe's most important Renaissance castles. Known all over the world from Shakespeare's Hamlet, it is also the most famous castle in Denmark with more than 200,000 visitors each year.

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Knuthenborg Park and Safari

Visit Knuthenborg Park and Safari. See all kinds of animals from around the world. Or let yourself loose at the biggest nature playground in Denmark.

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Gisselfeld Abbey

Take a trip to one of Denmark's largest estates, well-known for its carp ponds. The castle was built 1547-1575 and has housed famous names through the ages.

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Stevns' Cliff

Experience both the beauty and dramatic summer days, where the chalk at the sea bottom colours the sea.

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Mosede fortet

Visit Mosede Fort, a coastal fort built in the years before and during the First World War to protect the Bay of Køge from German naval invasions.

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For more information on what to see and do in Zealand, please go to Visit East Denmark.

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