Langeland has 140 km coastline
The oldest lived-in building in Denmark
The most beautiful form of nature conservation
Discover Langeland at a slightly slower pace
The wild horses are called wild because they live with as little interference of humans as possible.
The town Tranekær is unique in Denmark, it resembled a German princely state. Many houses were named after who occupied them or what they were used for: The Sugar Mill, The Musician Houses, The Banquet Master’s House.
How big is the toilet in a submarine? Find the answer on the Langelandsfort. Go on board the submarine or explore the bunkers
Denmark's largest garden party - with music for the whole family
As a guest, you will experience the special peace and quiet that characterizes the small islands. In the idyllic old village, roads go from the May Pole Square towards all four corners of the world.
When you are a child, the world is a large playground. Get ideas and tips for a good day on Langeland.
Tours in the forest, at the beach or another place in nature.
Langeland has become known as one of the areas in Denmark with most fish.
Enjoy and be inspired
"Quiet on set", "Roll camera" and "Action"
Out at sea and relax
Good music for every taste
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What happens on Langeland right now?
Langeland offers 141 km of coastline
It's great to be outside
Over 35% of the electricity produced on Langeland is profits and can be exported
A part of the history of Langeland
Take a day trip
Opening hours of restaurants, shops, attractions and more.