With Nykøbing Mors - which is famous for housing Dueholm Kloster (medieval monastery) and Dansk Støberimuseum (iron casting museum), as starting point the journey is southbound towards the picturesque Legind Bjerge which (with good reason) is called the pride of Mors.
It is in the hills of Legind Bjerge the 1.7 km long Sallingsund Bridge connects from the mainland. In 1978, the bridge replaced the two small wooden ferries “Pinen” and “Plagen” (“The Torment” and “The Nuisance”) which shuttled between Mors and Salling.
Remember to enjoy the magnificent view from the bridge before the Limfjords route takes you through the beautiful landscapes of Harre Vig and Roslev where you will spend the night.
Salling Natursti (Salling nature trail) is built upon the former Sallingbane (Salling railroad tracks). On the way you will pass by Grynderup Sø (Grynderup lake) with its birdwatch tower and rope ferry and Glyngøre Kulturstation (former station building) in the north western part of Salling, before you cross the Sallingsund bridge as you return to Nykøbing Mors where you will spend the night.
Nykøbing Mors is lavishly decorated with sculptures, which in many cases are crafted by Erik Heide. The city has a thriving center and a pedestrian street, which beautifully connects with the waterfront.
Nykøbing Mors is also known as the Danish shellfish capital. It houses Dansk Skaldyrscenter (Danish Shellfish Center) which is a research/communications/experimental center.
Lovely days at Limfjorden awaits you
2 nights at Youth Hostel, breakfast, lunch packet, map material, tour description, and brochures.
Daylaps from 25-35 km
3 days/2 nights € 170,- per person in double room. Children under 12 yrs. old accompanied by 2 adults € 61,- per person.
Single room € 48,-
Luggage transport for min. 2 persons € 48,- per person.
Extra night € 48,-
TOUR NO. 515
7900 Nykøbing M
History and culture