Nature Park Maribosøerne

Experience Nakskov and the surrounding area by bike

Rent your bike in the Nature Park at Maribosøerne here

The Maribosøerne is one of Denmark’s largest freshwater systems with a total of 1140 hectares of water surface. Søndersø is the largest of the lakes and Denmark’s 8th largest lake. It consists of three basins and is with its 13 regular islands, 6 islets and 3 hammock islands without comparison Denmark’s most island rich lake. Røgbølle Lake is the second largest, followed by Hejrede lake and Nørresø.

The vast majority of the lakes are privately owned and the estates Søholt, Engestofte and Knuthenborg are among the largest landowners.
Lolland Municipality owns the islands Hestø, Fruerø and Præstø in Søndersø, and there is public access to the three islands. The other islands are private and owned by the estates Engestofte and Søholt. The largest of the islands is the 17-hectare island of Borgø, which is the only one of the islands in Søndersø that has been inhabited in recent times. Many of the smaller islands are very important breeding bird sites, where fjord terns and hooded gulls breed, among other things.

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Quality bikes

All bicycles in our bicycle rental are bicycles from Larsson-cykler.dk. This means that our bikes are of top quality, selected for the purpose and always supervised by a professional.

Maintenance

All bicycles are maintained by Larsson bicycles and are therefore serviced and ready for use. We ensure the bikes are maintained all year round.

Bicycles for the whole family

We have bicycles for the whole family, and with our many rental places on Lolland and Falster, we have children's bicycles, bicycles for adults and all the equipment you need on the trip.

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The magnificent and varied landscape of the Maribosøerne Nature Park attracts many tourists and nature lovers from home and abroad.

The Maribo Lakes are located in an area of large depressions formed during the melting of giant ice blocks left by glaciers during the last ice age. Therefore, the landscape around the lakes – according to Lolland conditions – is a rather hilly landscape that reaches heights over 20 meters.

The four lakes Søndersø, Røgbølle Sø, Hejrede Sø and Nørresø are surrounded by large forest and bog areas as well as cultivated fields. The manors Søholt, Ulriksdal and Engestofte, close to the lakes, with their large forest areas, meadows and relatively large areas of undeveloped arable land have left their mark on the lakes’ surroundings, so the landscape today is a varied mosaic of lake, forest, meadow, bog and agricultural land. in the middle of the Lolland cultural landscape.