Ristinge Klint, the Peninsula
Ristinge Klint is at its highest point 30 m above sea level and the unique scenery is an addition to the fantastic view.
Here are several rare plants and insects living, which are specialised in the particularly hot and dry climate found in this south-facing peninsula. North and west of the peninsula one can find a lot of birds in the wildlife reserve. Furthermore, there is a series of meadows in this area.
There is access to the cliff and the beach via the car park and paths. There are trails along the cliff and it is possible to walk around the peninsula on the coast at the north side. The beach is one of the best beaches on Langeland.
Areas surrounded with a red line are owned by the Forest and Nature Agency.
Udsnit af Geodatastyrelsens kortmateriale er gengivet i henhold til tilladelse G18/1997.