Mols Bjerge National Park

Mols Bjerge National Park is named after the area’s best known nature area: Mols Bjerge – but Mols Bjerge covers only a small part of the total national park. In total, the area covers a land area of ​​approximately 150 km² and 30 km² of sea. The landscape varies in style with large hillsides, which rise up to 137 meters above sea level – and various habitats such as heaths, forests, marshes, grazing areas and exciting coastal nature, with fine beaches, fishing waters and good opportunities for sailing.

In Mols Bjerge there is the opportunity to hike, ride, participate in guided tours and outdoor activities or visit the many sights. See also activities via Naturcenter Syddjurs.

Two new visitor centers in Mols Bjerge National Park.
The idea behind the two visitor centers is both to give visitors a greater experience of the area’s cultural and natural values, but also to inspire visitors to seek out and experience the culture and nature where they are in the national park.

The visitor centers are arranged by Kalø Hovedgård at Rønde and the farm Øvre Strandkær in the middle of Mols Bjerge.


At Kalø it is the fine old Karlslade in half-timbered, decorated with the communication of the area’s culture and nature. The barn is built as early as 1703, so it has some years behind it. Now it gets a new era in connection with the communication of the area’s cultural history.

Øvre Strandkær

Two of Øvre Strandkær’s four lengths are designed as a natural starting point for a visit to Mols Bjerge. Here you will be able to get information about exciting plants and animals, while you get to know how the ice has shaped the landscape we can see today in the area.

The two visitor centers open to the public in mid-June. See the daily press and the Danish Nature Agency’s website for more information.

See more about sights in the national park.