Dark Sky above Møn and Nyord is an experience for all senses, all ages and during all seasons of the year. On a late summer’s night on Møn and Nyord, you can observe the Milky Way as a broad, whitish band of light stretching across the sky which disappears in the Baltic horizon, full of swirling star clouds and nebulas up between the stars.
In the quiet and warm nights of August, many shooting stars can be observed crossing the Milky Way. In autumn, the Milky Way can still be seen, but its neighbour, the Andromeda galaxy, appears in the northeast as a tiny foggy cloud. Although it is 2.4 million light-years away, it is still easy to spot on the dark sky over Møn and Nyord. In December, the long nights are lit up by a firework display of the many stars.
Sleep under the stars. If you do not want to sit awake all night, try booking a room at one of Møn’s many hotels and hostels
The flora and fauna of East Møn are something pretty special. In fact they are so unique that you simply MUST experience them.
Explore the amazing nature on your own - look out for peregrine falcons and orchids and discover the trees, the coast and the magnificent Danish starry sky…
Join our guides and explore the amazing nature outside GeoCenter Møns Klint. Here you will find challenging mountain bike routes on the cliff, climbing circuits and aerial walkways in the treetops of Klinteskoven forest, and lots more besides.