Don’t miss out on a visit to the small car-free island of Nyord, where you can experience genuine worry-free island life. The 5 km² island is located north of Møn and consists of a large nature reserve and the charming village of the same name as the island.
Nyord is a very special experience – that’s something you’ll hear from everyone who has visited the small island. After the trip over the single-track dam from Møn, Nyord Enge Nature Reserve is the first thing you encounter. The meadows are home to an extremely rich variety of flora, fauna and birdlife and are known as one of Denmark’s best habitats for aquatic birds. The birdlife can be observed from the bird tower by the road in the middle of the meadows. In the middle of the meadows is the small lookout house Møllestangen, which dates back to 1882 and was used as an observation point for ships. Today it’s known as Denmark’s smallest museum and shows the story of the pilots’ work and a little about Nyord’s history.
Whiskey sold by weight
A visit to Noorbohandelen
Once you have passed the nature reserve, you enter the town of Nyord and a small car park. Cars are required to park here because Nyord is a car-free island, so the rest of your visit will be on foot. After a short walk of approx. 100 m from the car park you will encounter Noorbohandelen, which is an attraction in itself. The little shop sells whisky and other spirits by weight, which you choose yourself from the large whisky wall. You can also buy locally produced foods like mustard with a strawberry flavour from Nyord Sennepsmølle, which is located right in the backyard.
To the people of Nyord, it really does seem like they live a worry-free island life. Whether it is because of the nature, the tranquillity, the car ban or the whiskey, you can judge for yourself. Below, we’ve compiled some of the many experiences on Nyord where you can get a definite feel for the idyllic island atmosphere.
Nyord church was built in the 1850s from materials that the citizens of Nyord collected themselves.
The church is octagonal. The cemetery is secluded on the NE side of the island, approx. 1.5 km from...
On Nyord you can experience a beautiful scenery, as well as a fantastic village environment with the church located in the middle of the city. The harbor is located on the island's Nyord S coast. Kios...
runas & Galleri Nyord
runas & Galleri Nyord opened in March 2013 at Nordgade 6, Nyord.
The house on Nordgade forms a nice setting for the glass artist Runa Stolt Hellesøe's workshop and business. Gallery Nyord is the pain...
Dark Sky Møn and Nyord
Møn and Nyord have unique starry night skies with very little light pollution, which means that the sky is very dark, and it is therefore possible to see stars in their thousands. Because the sky is ...
The wild bees on Nyord
The life of bees is diverse and fascinating. Bees are threatened worldwide, especially wild bees and bumblebees. The small island of Nyord, northwest of Møn, is best known for its abundance of bird li...
The mailboat Roeret returned to Nyord after 30 years. When Noorboerne, the residents on Nyord, in August 2008 were offered a chance to buy back their old mail boat "Røret", a great wish came through. ...
Strågården Nyord is a cozy B&B with 4 double rooms and 2 bathrooms. The farm was built in 1765 and is today preserved, it is beautifully set overlooking fields and meadows. Here you have an unike oppo...