The glacial landscape is highly unique
Geopark Odsherred, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage, is a very unique glacial landscape, which geological conditions have a crucial cultural-historical significance for, for example, the art life in Odsherred and not least for the region's food production, where a man-made change of the landscape has also created a solid foundation for growing vegetables.
Røsnæs in Kalundborg is also worth a visit, in order to see breathtaking scenery. The hills of the Røsnæs peninsula are pushed up by a glacier tongue that moved up through the Great Belt during the ice age.
The beach on the north side of Røsnæs is an Eldorado for stone collectors, and the layers of the coastal cliff tell how the ice has pushed around with things. This also applies to 40-50 million year old layers of red and green clay found in the cliffs.
You can´t miss either, the National Park Skjoldungernes Land, that stretches over Roskilde and Lejre. Here people have lived since the dawn of time and left traces. And it's not that strange. The National Park's 170 square kilometers contain unique scenery, cultural history and some of the most beautiful landscapes in Denmark. Visit, for example, Roskilde Fjord with beach meadows, coastal slopes, islands, islets and a unique bird life - or disappear into the large mid-Sealand forests with hiking trails and camp sites.