Shelters at Mols

At Mols you will find a wide range of enchanting shelters that give you the opportunity to enjoy an overnight stay in the middle of the beautiful nature.

Whether you prefer to be close to the water on the coasts or in the middle of nature inland, there are shelters for every taste.

Some shelters can be reserved in advance, while others operate on a first-come, first-served basis. In certain cases, there will be a small payment to use the shelter. This fee often helps to maintain and improve the facilities so that they can continue to be available to visitors.

Kalø

Kalø Hovedgård shelters

Close to Kalø Hovedgård, two shelters are located high up in the estate landscape with a fantastic view over both forest and cove.

There are 2 shelters at the shelter site for 5-6 people each. Here there is access to a primitive toilet, fire pit and table/bench set. There is also water and toilets at the Karlsladen visitor center approx. 200 meters from the square.

The shelter with no. 1 and 2 is a two-part shelter, where each room is 163cm wide and can be reserved here and here . For each room, there is room for 2-3 adults.

The second shelter cannot be reserved and is used on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Kalø

Outdoor life at Toppen

The shelters stand at the top in a residential area with a view towards Kalø Gods and beyond Djursland.

There are 2 shelters. There is also a bonfire cabin. There is no access to toilets or water. Everything brought in must be removed again - there are no bins in the area.

The shelters cannot be reserved - they are used on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Kalø

Egens shelters

The sheltersite is between the road and the yard with shade and shelter. There is a view of Mols Bjerge and Kalø Vig (the castle ruins).

There is a shelter and a fire pit on the site.

The shelter cannot be booked. An amount is charged for accommodation.

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Mols Bjerge - the northern part

Ørnbjerg Mølle shelters

The shelters are located on the slope south of Ørnbjerg Mølle with a beautiful view and evening sun.

There are two shelters with space for approx. 5-6 people in each. There is access to both water and a composting toilet at the shelters. By the water mill is a small covered information house with a table and benches for a stay with the packed lunch. You can buy firewood (behind the toilet building).

Shelter no. 1 must be booked here .

Shelter no. 2 cannot be booked, so here the "first come, first served" principle applies.

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Mols Bjerge - the northern part

Mols Farm shelters

The shelters are located with a nice view of the farm and paddocks.

There are 2 regular shelters with space for 3-5 people each. In addition, there is a barrel shelter with room for 2-3 people. There is access to a toilet and water. It is possible to make a fire at each shelter. Firewood, as well as a wilderness bath and sauna can be purchased additionally.

Advance booking of the shelters is required here, and a small fee is charged per person when booking.

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Mols Bjerge - the northern part

Femmøller shelters

Femmøller shelter place is a place located at the start of the Mols Bjerge path's Bjergetape, pulled back a little and hidden behind some trees and bushes.

It is a sheltersite with two shelters with room for 4-5 people each. There is a fire pit with benches, as well as a primitive toilet and acces to water.

The shelters cannot be booked - the "first come, first served" principle applies.

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Mols Bjerge - the northern part

Tranekær Høhotel shelters

The shelters are located at the edge of the forest with a view of a small lake on a 22 ha forest property in the more untouched part of the National Park.

There are two shelters with room for four people in total. Water can be obtained from the tap in the yard, where there is also access to a toilet.

There is a fire pit and the possibility to use a grill. Firewood can be purchased on arrival. In addition, there is the option of a small rowing trip in the private lake.

The shelters must be booked here . A small amount is paid for the overnight stay.

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Mols Bjerge - the northern part

Basballe shelters

The shelter site is located in an old gravel pit and has a small, fine forest as its nearest neighbour.

There are three large shelters, each accommodating 6 people. On the site, there is a 60 sqm. firehouse with a loft that can accommodate 7 people, a fire pit, tables and benches, as well as two outdoor fire pits. Access to toilets with handwashing facilities is available in the Motocross club's premises up on the hill.

The site may only be used after prior booking at Karpenhøj Nature Center and against a small payment.

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Mols Bjerge - the northern part

Strandkær Beach shelter

The shelter site is close to the water with a direct view over the water.

The lower part of the shelter is suitable for the disabled with a pull-out floor and room for 4 adults. In addition, there is a loft with space for 2-3 people. The shelter site itself is designed for the disabled, with a pull-out bed, disabled toilet with water, parking and access roads, as well as a disabled-friendly fire pit and bench set.

The shelter can be booked here .

The loft is not bookable and can be used on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Mols Bjerge - the southern part

Tremosegård shelters

The shelter site is located in a small valley, surrounded by trees and hilly terrain and with a view to Tremose. Tremosegård has long been demolished and gone, and the former waterworks building is now used as a shelter.

In the small building there is a shelter with 2 rooms each with room for 4-6 people. Here there is a primitive toilet, fire pit, table/benches and access to drinking water. Between the sleeping places there is a covered area where you can sit and eat your food.

One room is bookable , the other is not (the non-bookable room operates on a "first come, first served" basis).

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Mols Bjerge - the southern part

Agri shelter

The shelter is located on a small slope with a fantastic view of Agri Sø.

There is a shelter with room for 2 people and a table/bench set.

Toilet and water can be found at the Agri Bavnehøj car park approx. 700m away.

It is not currently known (March 2024) whether the shelter must be booked or first come, first served. A small amount may have to be paid to use the shelter.

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Helgenæs & Skødshoved

Karpenhøj shelters

There are several shelter sites beautifully located in different places at Karpenhøj Nature Center.

On the large shelter site surrounded by beautiful trees, there are 3 shelters with each place for 4-6 people. There is also a large fire pit.

The west-facing shelter with room for 6 people is beautifully situated with a view of Begtrup vig and Trambermosen. There is a small fire pit belonging to the shelter.

The forest shelter with a small fire pit and room for 4 people is idyllically located in the climbing forest. Here you can wake up quietly with a view to Ebeltoft bay and birdsong in the treetops.

There is access to a toilet and water. Firewood and wilderness bath can be purchased additionally.

All shelters must be booked and you pay a small amount for the night.

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Helgenæs & Skødshoved

The concrete shelter at Skødshoved Harbour

Beautifully located close to the beach at Skødshoved Havn, there is this shelter which looks like a clam. The shelter is a very special construction, made of thin double-curved concrete elements with a hardwood base.

The shelter has room for 4-6 people. It is possible to use the toilet and fill up with water at the port.

Use of the shelter does not require booking - "first come, first served" applies.

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Helgenæs & Skødshoved

Slettervang shelters

The shelter site on southern Helgenæs is located in a large natural area, which is fenced off from the surrounding paddock, which is grazed by cattle.

On the site there are three shelters with room for 6-8 people in each. There is also a primitive toilet, water tap and a table/bench set.

The shelters must be booked - shelter 1, shelter 2 and shelter 3 .

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Helgenæs & Skødshoved

Sletterhage shelter

The shelter site at Sletterhage consists of an old cement pipe that has historically been used for the extraction of coal. It lies right down to the water's edge, from which it is often possible to see porpoises and seals.

In the shelter is a cement block that 2 people can sleep on. There is also a wood-burning stove and a small fireplace. There is a toilet with water in the parking lot by the lighthouse not far away, which is open during the summer.

Use of the shelter does not require booking - first come, first served.

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Stubbe Sø & Ebeltoft

Ahl Hage shelters

On the shelter site, two shelters have been set up a little inside the oak thicket right by Ahl Strand.

The two shelters each have room for 3-5 people. There is a small fire pit with grate and a table/bench set on the site. Toilets with water are available in the nearby car park. They are open during the summer.

Use of the shelter does not require booking and is free to use.

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Stubbe Sø & Ebeltoft

The MTB track in Sønderplantage shelter

The shelter site is located at the parking lot at the start of the MTB trail in Sønderplantage.

On the site, there is a shelter with space for 4-6 people and a campfire cabin. In addition, there is drinking water, a fire pit and a table/bench set. There is no toilet.

The shelters do not need to be booked and are free to use.

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Stubbe Sø & Ebeltoft

Boeslum Strand shelter

At Boeslund Strand, on the edge of an open area, a shelter has been set up approx. 200 m from the coast.

The shelter has room for 3-4 people. There is a fire pit and table/bench set on the site. There is a public toilet with water nearby, which is open during the summer.

Use of the shelter does not require booking and is free to use.

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Stubbe Sø & Ebeltoft

Stubbe Sø shelters

The shelter site is beautifully located by a meadow east of the lake Stubbe Sø.

On the site, there are two shelters with room for approximately 5-6 people each. There is a multi-toilet near the shelters, but no drinking water nearby. There is the possibility to light a campfire at the site, but you need to bring your own firewood. Remember to take your trash with you when leaving the site.

There can be many insects at times, as the site is close to the damp areas at Stubbe Sø.

One shelter can be reserved - the other cannot. The latter is used on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Stubbe Sø & Ebeltoft

Gravlev trail shelters

By Gravlev town - where the Nature Trail ends, this nice little shelter site is located on the edge of an open area.

Here there are two good large shelters with space for 5-6 people in each. There is a fire pit with grill grate and firewood can be bought. There is also a primitive toilet and a water tap.

The shelters cannot be booked. Here, "first come, first served" applies.

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Stubbe Sø & Ebeltoft

Brønhøj Forest shelters

There are two shelter sites in Brønhøj Forest, which is located in Hyllested Bjerge between Gravlev and Hyllested close to Ree Park.

The one shelter is situated in a sunny spot with some shelter from the wind. It accommodates 6-7 people. The entrance to the shelter can be closed with a canvas flap. There is a small campfire area with a grill grate, as well as tables and seating near the shelter.

The second shelter site is located in a small clearing surrounded by trees. Here, there is a primitive shelter and a newer one, providing accommodation for a total of 7-9 people. Near the shelters, there is a small campfire area with a grill grate, as well as tables and seating. The entrance of the newer shelter can be closed with canvas.

In the area, there is also a campfire cabin with a fire pit with barbecue equipment inside and outside, a stone/clay oven, and a toilet. Water is supplied free of charge in a large can upon booking and birch firewood can be bought.

The shelters must be booked . A small amount is paid per person.

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