The Coastal Route goes from the Legind–Vejle bridge along the fjord in to Refshammer. The route continues in past Nykøbing Mors harbour and out along Strandvejen. It then goes northwards along the water's edge and along Fjordvej and Jasminvej. At the lighthouse, it returns to the fjord and continues northwards past the golf course.
Selected sights and attractions
The museum, established in 1901, took over the main building of the former abbey of Dueholm Kloster in 1909, and converted it into an exhibition venue and dwellings.
The riches of the past can be enjoyed to the full at the museum's exhibitions, which fill all three floors of the old house to bursting point. Meet the exciting history of the people of Mors at the island's national museum – a treasure trove of experiences.
You can buy attractive, unusual gifts at the museum shop. There is a café as well as a delightful garden.
Nykøbing Mors Church
The church lies at the centre of the town, raised 1½ metres above street level. It was built in 1891 in the neo-Gothic style on the site where the former Sct. Clemens Kirke once stood. This was a late-Gothic longhouse church which was demolished in 1889, after it had been ascertained that, because of its dilapidated state, it was no longer suitable to be used as a church.
Morsø Tourist Bureau
Is located in the beautiful former customs building at the harbour in Nykøbing Mors. You can get information about the entire island here.