Mons Klint – white chalk cliffs in Denmark

Updated: May 18, 2020 | By | More
Mons Klint Denmark

Mons Klint are 100 meters high white chalk cliffs, located in the east of a small Danish island of Mon. Reef area is a protected landscape. White chalk cliffs rise above the sea level. They are several thousand years old, formed by the sea and wind. The highest cliffs are up to 140 meters high.

Mons Klint is a popular tourist destination. Every year this place is visited by over 100,000 tourists, mainly from Europe. There are several hiking trails that lead visitors to the famous lookout points, throughout the region of Mons Klint. There are also cycling routes.

There is also the campsite near the entrance to the park Mons Klint.

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Category: Denmark, Nature, Nature Reserve, Sea sites

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