One of the most beautiful landscapes
Some of the most beautiful landscapes are found around the Tystrup-Bavelse lakes. The area is one of such rare beauty that in the years 1960-65, the area was partly preserved with a view to making it Denmark's first nature park.
Suserup woods in also one of the few woods in the country allowed to remain completely untouched.
Næsbyholm and Broby Vester woods
Næsbyholm Storskov and Broby Vesterskov both contain numerous dolmens and mounds. The area also contains Denmark’s third longest dolmen, the Keller dolmen of 125 metres.
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At the heart of this gem of natural scenery lies Kongskilde Friluftsgård, an old water mill farm which has now been restored to provide well-functioning accommodation and food.
This place has an adjoining nature department that introduces guests to the area. Free parking. Disabled parking is also available, and a path with wheelchair access leads down to the lake. See more on the Nature department’s website www.kongskildenatur.dk.
There are numerous holiday opportunities in Tystrup-Bavelse Nature Park:
Bring teas or coffees with you out in the open or enjoy them at the Kongskilde Friluftsgård.