Nature and beach

When visiting Greve you have plenty of possibilities to make up a holiday with content and relaxation. Greve has a lot of beautiful and varying natural resorts with small forests and paths, white sand beaches and cosy harbour surroundings. 

You can visit the old limescale cave or experience beautiful nature and exiting activities in the 15 square kilometre green space in Hedeland Recreational Resort, which has lakes, plains, hills and forest.  

You can also relax on the white and wide sand beaches and small harbour surroundings. 

Watersports

If the sucess of you holiday depends on beaches and the sea, you have come to the right place. Greve offers 8 kilometres of wonderful sandy beaches.

The sea makes it possible to pursue all kinds of activities. For yachtsmen and everyone else who enjoys the twinkling of the sun in the water in the morning, Greve's harbours provide the perfect atmosphere. Visit the cosy, evocative harbour in Mosede or experience a genuine marina atmosphere in the beautiful and modern yacht harbour in Hundige.  

Hundige Beachpark

Sun, sea and beach

If the success of your holiday depends on beaches and the sea, don't miss the chance to experience the wonderful sandy beaches. 

Nature experiences

Greve invites you to a lot of nature experiences. For instance a lot of exiting activities is waiting for you in Hedeland Nature park, an old area for the extraction of loam and grit, which has been turned into a 15 qm2 large nature- and sparetime area. Hedeland has a flood of activities for both children and adults; canoe sailing, golf, veteran railway, a large play ground, cable car and a 1,3 outdoor fitness lane - and children as well as adults are invited to explore the landscape on foot or bike.

Hedeland

Visit Hedeland and experience wonderful nature experiences and a host of activities for children and adults. Beautiful and varying nature, challenging bicycle paths or test the outdoor fitness lane. You can also visit the mini railway or enjoy an open air oper koncert.

Fugletårnet i Karlslunde Mose

Karlslunde Mose

With its extensive meadows, the bog Karlslunde Mose is part of Karlslunde, Karlstrup and Engstrup Moser. Karlslunde Mose is an old lagoon and a former seabed which has slowly turned into land. Evidence of the old seabed can be found in the water vole and mole hills. If you poke around the hills, you will find shells of e.g. cockle.

Karlslunde Mose is a scenic area with abundant flora, and the diversity of habitats ensures a varied wildlife such as bats, frogs, toads, butterflies, dragon flies, damsel flies and grasshoppers.  But also mammals such as roe deer, fox, mouse and squirrel can be found in the area, and depending on the season, you can both see and hear numerous birds such as nightingale, starling, heron, yellowhammer, kestrel, common buzzards, osprey and common crane.

In Karlslunde Mose, a few metres from the boundary to the local authority of Solrød, there is a birdwatching tower from which it is possible to get an excellent view of the bog and watch the birds at eye level. However, the birdwatching tower in Karlslunde Mose is not only for bird enthusiasts. It is also a popular excursion spot for families and institutions. The top of the tower has two exhibition boards on which you can read about the different birds in the area. 
The bird watching tower was built with special consideration for wheelchair users and visitors with prams and strollers, and under the tower, there is a small info centre with a table/bench where you can eat your packed lunch or enjoy a cup of coffee.

Address: The birdwatching tower is situated midway on Holmestien between Holmevej 19, Solrød, and Engparken 60, Greve.