Odsherred has sea and water on three sides. That's why the light is special, and in clear weather there are beautiful views as far as the eye can see - for example from Sjællands Odde out over Sejerø Bay and from Klintebjerg out over Kattegat. The hilly landscape is also home to many burial mounds and other ancient monuments. At Havnsø at the bottom of Nekselø Bay lies Vesterlyng, which is Zealand's largest heathland. Vesterlyng is protected, but you can swim at the fine beach and roam freely everywhere. There is also easy access to the beautiful and hilly Røsnæs north of Kalundborg. A hiking trail leads you along the high cliffs and almost to the lighthouse. The tip of Røsnæs is Zealand's westernmost point with more hours of sunshine than many other places in the country.
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