Starting in Nykøbing Mors, known for Dueholm Kloster (eng: Dueholm Monastary) and Dansk Støberimuseum (eng: Danish Foundry Museum), you venture south to the scenic Legind Bjerge, which is rightly known as the pride of the Mors people. Legind Bjerge is also the place where the Sallingsund bridge connects to land. In 1978 the bridge replaced the two small wooden ferries, Pinen and Plagen that shuttled between Mors and Salling.
Remember to enjoy the magnificent view from the bridge, before the Limfjord Route takes you through the beautiful countryside of Harre Vig to Roslev - where you'll be staying the night. Salling Natursti (eng: Salling Nature Trail) is layed out on the former Sallingbane, and you'll get the whole road to yourself. Then it's on to Grynderup lake with its bird observation post and chain ferry, located in the northwestern part of Salling, onwards to Glyngøre with its Kulturstation (eng: Culture Centre) before you pass the Allingsund Bridge and return to Nykøbing M to stay the night.
The city is richly sculptured, mainly by Erik Heide. Nykøbing Mors has an appealing pedestrian street beautifully connected with the harbor, where 'the sun is played down' every night in the summer months. Nykøbing Mors is also the capital of Denmark for shellfish and home to Dansk Skaldyrcenter (eng: Danish Shellfish Center), which is a research-, communication,- and exploratorium center.
A nice time awaits you by the Limfjord.
2 x accomodations at hostels
2 x breakfast
2 x lunch box
Map / Tour description
Price per person in a double room: €170
Price per kid under the age of 12: €61.5
Single room per person: €48
Luggage transport per person, at min. 2 persons: €41
Extra night per person: €48