Where you may walk and how to get there:Most of the fields and forests on Møn are privately owned and therefore you should read the following on where you can go and where you can't.
In general this applies to all landscapes on Møn:
You have to get there by a public road, path or by boat. That means that it is not allowed to walk across a field to get to an ancient monument etc, if there is no sign that says otherwise.
You can only stay for a shorter period and only during the time 07:00 to sunset. You may not camp in the forest or on the beach.
You may not go near houses/privately owned buildings etc. Keep a good distance!
Dogs must be in a lead during the period 1st of April to the 1st of September, but should be held in a lead at all times.
In public forests you may walk on the paths and in between the trees. You may not however camp and/or make fires!
In bigger private forests you are also allowed to walk on the paths. In most of those forests signs are posted at the approach roads with more specific rules on what you may or may not do in the forest and whether it is closed for hunting or not.
You may gather berries, nuts and mushrooms for your own private use.
It is not allowed to pick flowers on Møns Klint or the landscapes behind it!
AccomodationFor information and booking of the different kinds of accomodation Møn has to offer I recommend you go visit visitmoen.com: http://www.visitmoen.com/ln-int/moen/accommodation-Moen-South-Zealand
How to get to Møn by public transportationrejseplanen.dk: A travel planner that combines both train and bus.
More Useful Information:
Market-days in Stege:
Every Wedensday and Saturday, 9.00 - 12.00
Tuesday Market - Every Tuesday in July Stege transforms into one big Market, with music and special offers.
Harbours on Møn
Stege Havn(54° 59,0´ N 12° 16,9´ E)
Stege Harbours Website
Stege´s harbour lies right at the old middelage town Stege where it has been situated for many centuries and played a big part of the town and island´s history.
The harbour is spacious and is a good starting point when you want to explore Stege and the rest of the island a little bit closer.
Close to the harbour you will find the touristoffice and the busstation.
Stege harbour is also home of the M/F 'Møn', oldest danish, still functioning, ferry from 1923. Sailings times 2015
Klintholm Havn(54° 57,2´ N 12° 28,0´ E)
Klinholm Harbours Website
A modern harbour, water and electricity is available on every bridge and there is round the clock access to both toilets and bath´s. The harbour also offers free WiFi. At the harbour office you can buy diesel or gasoline.
Near Klintholm Havn you have a child friendly beach and if you rent a bicycle you can visit both Liselund and Møns Klint which lies nearby.
Hårbølle Havn(54° 53,4´ N 12° 08,0´ E)
This harbour is small and owned by the users.
Nyord Havn(55° 02,4´ N 12° 11,7´ E)
A small cozy harbour, build about 100 years ago by the inhabitants on the island for their aprox. 30 sailships and fishermen and as a base for the island´s then big piloting tasks with up to 27-28 pilots working with this task. Now the harbour is used by the local fishermen who has their fishing grounds in Bøgestrømmen.
Nyord is a small village with narrow streets and an octagonal church, there is also a small shop and a restaurant on the island. You can take the bus into Stege if you want to make bigger grosery shoppings than the small local store can manage.
Bogø Havn and Skåninge Bro
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