Varied Nature

The nature found in the National Park Mols Bjerge is surprisingly varied but it is not necessary to be an expert in order to have a fascinating experience exploring it.

Take your time – and use your senses – the nature will come to you.

Anemones and light green beeches in the forest of Kalø in May.
Bees and flowers on a warm day of July in Mols Bjerge.
Porpoises playing and sea birds screeching at Jernhatten in October.
White-tailed eagles, swans, geese and ducks on Stubbe Sø in January.


Wetlands are represented by both saline areas including the protected fjords and lagoons, the coastal marshes and the sea itself, and fresh water localities including clear lakes, rivers, pastures and moors.

Dry land

On dry land we have beech forests, plantations and cultivated fields. However, the terrestrial habitats for which Mols Bjerge is best known are the protected areas of dry, warm and poor soils with their vegetation of the old grass pastures.


Kalø hegn