WELCOME!

Welcome to a family-run camping site situated in the centre of a verdant island in the middle of a blue sea.
We who know just how important relaxation is for present-day families during their camping holidays. And ideally at a site where nature provides an inviting spot for them to be together, away from their chores at home.

If by chance you do not have your own tent or caravan, don’t give it a second thought because we have cosy mini-houses to sleep 4 or 6 persons for you to choose from. They are illustrated at the top right-hand corner of this page.
You are welcome to take your dog along too.

We both look forward to creating a site where the whole family becomes the centre of attention. Children big and small, parents, grandparents and last but not least the family dog – all are welcome.

Individual locations

You can count on an inviting atmosphere. The perimeter comprises high hedges to provide a certain privacy for the individual locations. Five paths all display old vegetation such as trees, bushes, loads of perennials and other fine flowers. Furthermore, the majority of long-term caravaners display pretty flowers in their beds.

Mini houses

There are 14 mini houses, 10 of which can accommodate 6 persons, and the remaining four accommodate 4 to 6 persons. They all have a kitchen area with a fridge plus indoor- and outdoor seating capacity. Rentals are available on a weekly basis. This applies even when the weather gets colder.

Luxurious bungalows

We have 7 luxurious bungalow. They all have a fully equipped bathroom, fully equipped kitchen with an oven, and room for 6 persons. One of the houses is made especially for persons with a habdicap, so you will be able to use a wheelchair easily around the house.
They can be rented around the year.

Outdoor & indoor activities

Activities range from an 18-hole mini-golf course to a gigantic chessboard complete with large chessmen. Also outdoors are a football pitch, a table tennis table, a croquet set plus badminton- and basketball nets. Children will find the outdoor trampoline invigorating fun with its adjacent grassy space.
In the event it should rain in Denmark, two recreation rooms are at guests’ disposal – one with an open fireplace & and room for dining, another with a billiard table, dartboard, a mechanical football game and carom billiards have been installed. There are also a number of indoor games to keep the children occupied.

Shop and fresh breakfast rolls…

Combined with the reception office there is a well-assorted shop to cater for everyday needs. Tempting fresh locally-baked bread and rolls are available each morning provided you place your order in advance.

Children are usually fascinated by the lively rabbits in their hutch. They are certainly welcome to feed them a treat in the way of carrots for example. And if luck plays its part, a hare or pheasant will run by when you are on your way to take your morning bathe or pick up bread and rolls.

Frescos and Golf

Near to the site is Keldby village whose church is the home of some of the finest and oldest frescos in the world. In the opposite direction just along the main road the site is neighbour to one of Denmark’s most attractive 18-hole golf courses.

The nearest beaches

And are there any good beaches you may ask. Yes there are  in fact. On the south coast at Råbylille 2 Km. away you will find a beautiful sandy beach. To the north there is a long pebbled beach, edged by lovely woods belonging to Nordfeldt Gods (an estate). After a short drive up to and through the public estate yard, a road will lead you on into the woods and finally to the beach.

Stege Nor

Keldby Camping is established on a well-chosen site centrally placed on the island, surrounded by fields not far from Stege town with its own inland saltwater lake called the Nor.

Stege and the Middle Age…

Stege town, dating back to the Middle Age, is but 5 Km. away – a charming place where the well-preserved town gate and ramparts date back from the Middle Ages.

Møns Klint

15 Km. to the east on the Baltic coast you will discover stunning white chalk cliffs known as Møns Klint. According to legend, this is where Denmark was created. Cool beech woodlands and rare wild orchids are there too, yet please note a preservation order has been placed on the orchids. When out at Møns Klint, do not forget to look out for the majestic peregrine falcon, which in 2001 gladly returned to renew its breeding at the cliffs.
You can read more about Møns Klint, Ulvshale, Nyord and other places on Møn on www.dn-lokal.dk

Go fishing – from the cost, a fishing vessel or from a put & take lake

For all those who are keen on fishing, there are numerous places along the coast where fine conditions can be found. If you prefer to fish out at sea, the “ Discovery “ fishing vessel moored at Klintholm harbour on the southeast coast runs trips. An alternative is Put and Take at a lake in Nyborre, only about a ten minutes’ drive away. Also not to be missed is a trip on the tourist boat at Klintholm, because out at sea it includes impressive views of the magnificent cliffs at Møns Klint.

Art & Culture – please visit our links

Art and culture thrive on Møn. Details about individual artists and their handicrafts, as well as locations of restaurants, can be found by clicking links on this webpage.

Experience Møn from a horseback

What about experiencing the island from horseback? Horse or pony hire takes place at Stenagergaard just two hundred meters from our site. Should you prefer Islandic horses, we suggest you drive to Sømarke Islænder Centre to the east.
It offers a two-hour tour in the countryside at both Møns Klint and Klinteskov wood.

RESERVATIONS

You are welcome to contact us by e-mail, telephone or fax with information regarding your personal wishes. Simply click on the telephone icon at the bottom right-hand corner of this page to obtain further details.
It will doubtless prove pleasant to talk with you.

We are very much looking forward to seeing you on Møn, at Møns Familie Camping!

ROAD DIRECTIONS FROM THE SOUTH, THE WEST & THE NORTH

From Germany and the Danish islands of Lolland or FalsterTake the E55 on Falster in the direction of Copenhagen.

Turn off at exit No.42 on the Faro bridge (signed Bogø) and drive along the national route 287 until you reach the town of Stege.

Continue through the town by following route 287 signed to Møns Klint , pass through the village of Keldby and very soon on your right-hand side there is the Præstekilde Golf Hotel.
Immediately after the hotel you will see our sign-name situated on the left-hand side of the road.

Take the first road on the left marked “ Pollerupvej “,  and you cannot miss the entrance to our camping situated only about 80 meters down this road.

From Jutland and the island of Funen

Once out of the tunnel of “Storebæltsbroen”, continue on the E20 motorway until you reach the first town called Slagelse.
Turn off at the exit for route No.22 signed Næstved and continue until you reach this town.

Then take route 265 signed Præstø and pass by this town by staying on the 265 until you reach Kalvehave.
Pass through the sole roundabout in this hamlet by taking route 59 (signed Møn 1) up across the bridge to the island of Møn and drive until you reach the town of Stege.

Continue through the town by following route 287 signed to Møns Klint , pass through the village of  Keldby and very soon on your right-hand side there is  the Præstekilde Golf Hotel.
Immediately after the hotel you will see our sign-name situated on the left-hand side on the road. Now just after the sign, take the first road on the left marked “ Pollerupvej “, and you cannot miss the attractive entrance to our site only about 80 meters down this road.

From North Sealand and the city of Copenhagen

Drive southbound on the combined E47/55 and E20 motorway and take the E47/55 route when it branches off right-hand away from the E20. Continue south on E47/55 and turn off at exit No.41 marked “Møn “.

Immediately thereafter turn left on to national route 59 toward Kalvehave and, upon reaching the sole roundabout in this hamlet, turn sharp right on to route 59 (signed Møn 1) up across the bridge to the island of Møn and drive until you reach the town of Stege.  

Continue through the town by following  route 287 signed to Møns Klint, pass through the village of Keldby and very soon on your right-hand side there is the Præstekilde Golf Hotel.

Immediately after the hotel you will see our sign-name situated on the left-hand side of the road. Now just after the sign, take the first road on the left marked “ Pollerupvej “, and you cannot miss the attractive entrance to our site only about 80 meters down this road.

WE HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON ON KELDBY CAMPING MØN