They stand by the road, the little signposted Andrea Cross. Give yourself time to think about what this is all about. It is the ruin of a past burial ground you stand in - a sacred place - where the Stone Age people buried their dead.
Do you dare to crawl into the darkness?
The most well-known of Langelands large stone tomb. 55 meters long and 8 meters wide with 77 curb stones.
According to local legend, King Rene and his wife are buried here.
Heavily plowed long dolmen without curb stones.
Due to its location, visible from route 305 between Simmerbølle and Tullebølle, this ancient monument is one of Langeland's most visited.
Two preserved Mounds. Originally there were five. They were placed to be seen from Tryggelev Nor where you could then sail in.
Finds of ceramics, flint axes and cross arrows as well as amber beads
In a field just east of the Ristinge peninsula is a remarkable large stone monument from the Neolithic.
The long barrow is 45 meters long and has a fine curb stone row.
One of Funen’s finest rock carvings from the newer Stone Age.