Falster's largest city, Nykøbing, is home to an old monastery and houses dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries. Experience how life was lived here in the 14th century at the town’s Medieval Centre.
The delightful cathedral town of Maribo is surrounded by lakes and you’ll find small, characteristically-yellow houses packed into its old streets. The cathedral was where one of Denmark’s most famous women, Leonora Christina, died.
Stege is Møn’s main town and is a great place to head out to the coast from. Visit the old town while you are here, with The Mill Gate (Mølleporten) and several extremely old houses, such as Kammerådsgården at the town square.
Other towns and villages
At Vordingborg, you’ll find the Goose Tower, the remains of a once mighty medieval castle. Both Gedser on Falster and Rødbyhavn on Lolland are ferry towns from which you can catch the frequent connections to Germany.