The last few months with the Coronavirus have prompted many danes to take a holiday in Denmark. Some do it for the first time. Others love to keep the summer holidays at home and travel only in the winter. But what can Denmark really offer? Ekstra Bladet has asked well-known people with a thorough knowledge of our country's nature. Here is what they hold particularly.
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When the island of Bornholm is so relatively untouched, due to the fact that the island is not a landbrugsø.
– Klippegrunden on the island of Bornholm, Christiansø, Frederiksø/Ertholmene, etc. ensure a particular alpha-tocopherol. We have in this part of Denmark the flowers and plants, not seen elsewhere in the country. The animals, birds and insects are not on the kultiveringens altar, and it is beautiful in my eyes.
in the evening you can hear gråsælerne howl out there in the darkness. Photo: Mastiff TV/DR
Sebastian Klein keeps even much of Christiansø, which by virtue of its location is even more isolated than the island of Bornholm, and therefore can offer both nature and peace, not least birds.
– Here is no predators, so the birds can brood directly on the ground. Therefore one must as a guest on the island take care when you are out walking, that you do not enter in the private nests. There are also large quantities of toad - and frøarter. Them one can sometimes hear, but often do not see – and some of them are rare and are only here.
Several times a year, draws Sebastian Klein to Christiansø island – with or without children, for he is quite simply in love with this little spot out in the Baltic sea.
It is a shame that people do not learn Christiansø to know, believe, Sebastian Klein. Photo: Nanna Navntoft
– Many journeys to the island of Bornholm, but few take the last gyngetur with the small ferry across to Christiansø island, and it is a pity, for there is, in addition to the ro, among other things, incredibly good fishing. Not that I'm any good angler, but I have often seen others stand on the rocks and heave the sea trout in the country. You can also have the pleasure of looking at the huge grey seals that have made the inserts out of Christiansø island, as well as present to one of the few places in Denmark, where they will stay. They are basically moved into hundreds, and these basses up to 300 kg seems like a observe up close, he says.
in the evening you can hear them howling out there in the darkness. It is so scary that that can easily be come a good ghost story out of it.
When you want to take a break from nature, you can immerse yourself in the Christiansøs history. Photo: Finn Frandsen
When you are tired of it, you can immerse themselves in the culture and krigshistorie, as the area has been a part of.
For Sebastian Klein is it mainly the many birds that draw.
– Here is the alk and lomvi – the scandinavian version of a penguin. They nest on the Græsholm, which is one of the tiny islands of Christiansø. There are colonies of eider ducks and stormmåger, and if you go up on the plateau in the evening, you can see the bats come back and go on insektjagt. Christiansø is a small paradise.
To see a sinkiangløvsanger on Christiansø, a fugleenttusiast live long, laugh Sebastian Klein. Photo: Nanna Navntoft
the Island is also the place where he saw a bird, he did not know. It turned out to be a sinkiangløvsanger, who seemed to see for the first time in Europe ever. For Sebastian Klein, it was better than christmas eve to spot this bird, which really belong in Kazakhstan, and India. And then it was even on the island throughout the five days.
– The kind of a fugleentusiast as I live in a long time. Hold up. It was wild, he laughs.
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