Here is a gem that even the UNESCO World Heritage List has spotted, namely Hanklit. Here you can feel the buzz of history, and if you are lucky get a glimpse of the petrified animals and plants, which are more than 55 million years old and can be found in the MoClay. The 61-meter-high Hanklit is Mors' most famous MoClay dune, which is marked by the events that happened through time with dark bands of volcanic ash, which show the island's dramatic history. Unleash your curiosity and take a ride on the Limfjord bus, which brings you from Nykøbing Mors, Fur, and Livø.
In August, on a warm summer day, you can experience Morsø Festival, which brings concerts for the adults and fun for the youngest ones. Here, Kulturmødet (Culture Meeting) also connects the city through art, film, performing arts, and music. Here you can explore all events at Mors.
At Mors, there is room for both large and small, and you can relax in unique surroundings and enjoy your time.