Baltic Sea Islands

The coasts of the Baltic Sea Islands (Lolland, Falster and Møn) see the return of long stretches of white sandy beach offering friendly beginner and freeride conditions (on the whole). The exception’s Bornholm, which is far nearer Sweden than Denmark so enjoys a considerably more continental climate – warmer summers and icy winters. This lump of granite in the middle of the Baltic is a scenic gem, open to wind from every side and blessed with waves during equinoctial storms.
Baltic Sea Islands copyright Falk Löber

Spots in Baltic Sea Islands

Karrebæksminde, Sjælland
Vordingborg, Sjælland
Feddet, Sjælland
Stege, Møn
Klintholm Havn, Møn
Marielyst, Falster
Gedser, Falster
Kramnitse, Lolland
Boderne, Bornholm
Dueodde, Bornholm
Balka, Bornholm
Sandvig, Bornholm
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