Walk under the cliffs

The most interesting islands in the Baltic Sea

Petr Liška
Wrote 1968 articles and follows him / her 150 travelers
Walk under the cliffs
Inserted: 31.10.2021
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If there is a low tide, you can walk quite comfortably under the cliffs and at the same time be at a sufficient distance from the vertical walls. That the sea is slowly taking over the land is evident from the relatively numerous landslides and ruined parts of the rock walls.

1.
Møn

White cliffs island

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By far the biggest attraction of the island of Møn are the white chalk cliffs (Møns Klint) registered in… continue reading

2.
Gotland

The largest Swedish island

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Gotland is an island with a rich and relatively unique history. It did not emerge from the Baltic Sea until a… continue reading

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Öland

Even the agricultural landscape can be in UNESCO

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The second largest island in Sweden, long as noodles, was created similarly to Gotland, ie emerging from the… continue reading

4.
Saaremaa

The largest Estonian island

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The limestone island is flat as befits a Baltic island, the highest point is only 54 m. Nature has the main… continue reading

5.
Zealand

The largest Danish island

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The largest Danish island is also the largest island in the Baltic Sea. On its east coast lies the Danish… continue reading

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