On Saturday morning we got up early, packed ourselves a picnic lunch, and we drove about 135 km to Møns Klint. It was one of the warmest days of the year yet so it was perfect, plus I've been wanting to go there ever since I read this post from Traveling Mama.
At Møns Klint, or the Cliffs of Møn in English, there you will find chalk cliffs that stretch 6 km. The cliffs are really striking to see in person, especially as the bright white cliffs contrasts with the turquoise and blue water on the beach. For Denmark, these cliffs are pretty high and everyone looks small walking alongside them. We spent a few hours at the cliffs and it was cozy just sitting in a more quiet part of the beach, having some of our lunch and just taking in the breeze, listening to the crashing waves, and soaking up some sun.
The boyfriend and I really enjoyed our time there and it is a wonderful place to go and escape the city for a few hours and enjoy some strikingly beautiful nature.