The 2 main towns are Stege and Lendemarke, which adjoin one another and which have about 2,000 residents in total. Other noteworthy villages are Borre and Klintholm Havn in eastern end of the island, and Store Damme/Askeby in the western end.
The white chalk cliffs of Møn are created from the shells of tiny animals and plants settling on what, 75 million years ago, was a tropical seabed. During the last ice age, the chalk was pushed to the surface by glaciers covering northern Europe. The cliffs are up to 100 meters (328 feet) tall.
Liselund Castle, Langebjergvej 4, Borre, ☎ ''+45'' 33134411 (Copenhagen office), . May to Sep: We-Su Onsdag-søndag guided tours at 10.30am, 11am, 1.30pm, and 2pm. A beautiful romantic garden with several small castles. The east side has a great wiew of the cliffs of Møn. Build in the 18. century by Antoine and Lisa de la Calmette. Part of the danish National Museum. Popular for picnics and playing gamesDKK 30, free for under 18's. edit
garden with Swiss house in background
Geocenter Møns Klint, Stengårdsvej 8, Borre, ☎ ''+45'' 55863600 (firstname.lastname@example.org), . 10am to 4pm (6pm in summer). state of the art-museum with a lot of activities especially for children.DKK 115 (DKK 70 children 3-11). edit
Elmelunde Church, Elmelunde. 8am-4pm (5pm Apr-Sep). One of the oldest churches in Denmark. It has wonderful well-preserved frescoes by the Elmelunde Master (ca 1490)free. edit