The Nature Park Nakskov Fjord covers the 8 kilometre (4 mile) long inlet called Indrefjorden as well as parts of western Lolland. This area can satisfy your love for wildlife, kayaking, as well as history:
• The Nakskov inlet has a depth of 1-2 metres (3-6 feet), which makes it a great home for various water birds.
• During spring and fall, large flocks of migrating birds rest in the area before continuing their journeys.
• The entire area is protected.
• The inlet contains 10 small islands and the islets Enehøje, Vejlø, and Slotø. These islets are pieces of Danish history and offer unique nature adventures.
• Albuen is a 7,5 kilometre (4 miles) long spit at the outer end of the Nakskov inlet. At its narrowest point, it has a width of only 25 metres (82 feet). At Søndernor, when you’re at the inner side of the spit, you can experience the calm water of the inlet. When you’re at the outer side of the spit, you’ll hear and feel the roar of the waves of Langelandsbæltet.
Naturlandet Lolland-Falster is a partnership project –a collaboration between the municipalities Lolland and Guldborgsund and Nordea-fonden, which supports the project with 18 mill. DKK (2.6 mill. USD; 2.1 mill. GBP)