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The Blue Lagune - Ejerslev Hafen

Welcome to the Blue Lagoon at Ejerslev Harbor - a popular natural area on the northwestern coast of Mors.

The Blue Lagoon is known for its clear water and beautiful surroundings, attracting both locals and visitors seeking a tranquil and scenic experience.

You can easily explore the area by following the path that surrounds the lagoon, where you can walk along the cliffs and search for fossils. On the east side of the harbor, you'll find one of Denmark's most exciting quarries. Here, you may encounter moraine clay and sand, but it's primarily the various layers of marl that are visible everywhere.

If you're interested in water activities, you can also try stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) and paddle around the lagoon in its calm waters.

The lagoon is located at Ejerslev Harbor, home to a number of local fishermen who set sail from here to catch herring, eel, and lobsters, among other things. Ejerslev Harbor dates back to 1911.

Hikers, sailors, and cyclists often make their way to this harbor year after year to experience its unique atmosphere. There's also the opportunity for trout fishing from the pier and paragliding from the cliff. Don't forget to bring your binoculars and spot the seals lounging on the banks at Ejerslev Røn.

Remember to respect nature and the area's rules so that everyone can enjoy the Blue Lagoon at Ejerslev Harbor.