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Stunning view from the top of the Lighthouse

Even though we live on the island (Zealand) this was our first visit - but definately not the... read more

Reviewed July 30, 2019
tippelippe
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Frederiksberg, Denmark
Beautiful view, history and a long walk.

Visit the old church that partly fell into the sea and enjoy the stunning view all the way to the... read more

Reviewed June 23, 2019
brithaskyum
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Roskilde, Denmark
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Reviewed April 16, 2017

...as Möns Klint. Nice walks around the area however the shoreline is very hard to get to on most palces. Nice views both north and south along the coast

Date of experience: April 2017
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Reviewed April 12, 2017 via mobile

The view is lovely, it's free aside from parking. There's a small playground for the kids.

The descent to the beach is definitely not for the disabled and you should hold on to the kids.

Date of experience: April 2017
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Reviewed April 9, 2017 via mobile

Our dear friends took us around Stevns Klint and surrounding areas. It is Amazingly beautiful. With good eyes one can even spot the oresunds bridge at a distance! The most exciting part for me was the geological history of this area and the breathtaking beauty. At least a half a day or full day excursion is what one needs to really soak in this place. Coupled with a lovely warm sunny day this visit can etch some lovely all time memoirs!

Date of experience: November 2016
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Reviewed December 6, 2016

After spending a week in the Marielyst area, we were heading north to see relatives in Copenhagen. A must detour on the way, was a stop to visit Stevns Klint. The cliff is approximately 15 km. long and 40 metres high, a big piece of chalk! This varied and interesting spot was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site on June 23rd, 2014. The criteria being, that it is a example of a major stage in Earth's history. Its geological importance is that it is one of the best exposed Cretaceous- tertiary boundaries in the world. Look up the particulars surrounding this significant event before you go, it will fuel your desire for a visit!
Visit the museum, which will explain why and how the process of Stevns Klint's selection. In the museum are fossils from the area, as well as descriptions and displays of local life as it was played out over the centuries.
There are two churches in the immediate area, Hojerup Gamle Kirke, dating from the 1200's perched right on the cliff. In 1928, the church's chancel, as a result of the relentless pounding of the sea on the cliff, collapsed to the shoreline below. You can still visit inside, there is a viewpoint where the chancel used to be. Of course, it is assumed, further erosion has been halted (for now)! The other church was built in 1913, intending to replace the old church as it's base was slowly eroding away. Thus, there was no halt in church services! These buildings are a very worthwhile visit in themselves.
As time was a factor, we were not able to visit the Cold War Museum, built in 1953 and operational until 2000. There is a 90 minute tour of this underground facility, as well as a large military exhibition. Something interesting, as it pertains to an important part of post World War 2 history.
There is much to see and do at Stevns Klint, and it evidently is a popular destination.
It is a spot worthwhile to visit as a destination, and particularly, if you are in the area.
Enjoy!

Date of experience: June 2016
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Reviewed November 2, 2016

It is defnitely worth to visit in a nice sunny day. Great view, big area for rest with some tables fo picnick. Also there is a museum, i would say not typical one. Comparing to the Mons Clint it is much closer too.

Date of experience: September 2016
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