A tiny harbor on the island of Mors is found at the small village of Ejerslev Havn. There isn’t much of a village around the harbor but there the usual life you find at small pleasure port – a restaurant and a shop selling ice-cream.
The harbor is small but it is pretty scenic and it is nice to have a quick look at the harbor. The harbor itself hardly deserves a detour – fortunately you find the true attraction of the place right next to the harbor. In the form of Ejerslev Lagoon.
The lagoon has a little lake with water which is surrounded by some fairly high clay cliffs consisting of a special type of clay called moler. You find several cliffs around the northern coast of the island of Mors – but I find this little lagoon might just be the prettiest of the location to spot the clay.
The clay formation here at Ejerslev is far from the tallest formation – but the way the clay is surrounding the small lagoon give a special view which is pretty to watch.
If you are actually on the northern part of Mors this little lagoon next to Ejerslev Havn is well worth a little detour along some tiny roads.