The Zealand Alps
Isefjord is about 35 km long and 305 km² large threshold fjord, which means the inner part is considerably deeper than the outer. The fjord opens into the Kattegat between Hundested and Rørvig and includes several independent sites, including Lammefjord, Holbæk Fjord and Tempelkrogen. There is an excellent view of the innermost Isefjord reaches from the campsite. You can also take a trip to the Zealand Hills, which were formed 15,000 years ago. ​The area has a very rich and varied bird and plant life. Maglesø, one of the cleanest lakes in Denmark, offers the possibility of a refreshing swim.


A hilly landscape
As Zealand’s fifth largest city, Næstved is rich in attractions. Whether you’re into nature or culture, you can enjoy the market town, only an hour’s drive from Holbæk. Næstved is located at the mouth of the Suså River in Karrebæk Fjord. The river runs through a hilly area: From the top of Munkebakken (Monk Hill) with its wooden monk statues, you can see right across Næstved.