Nyord is located between Sjælland and Møn near the peninsula Ulvshale and is separated from this by the narrow, deep Ulvshale race, called the Strommen. The island's settlement is located in Nyord City, which hides behind a hill in shelter for the north wind. About 100 years ago, 360 people lived in the city today for a maximum of 50. Cars are banned in Nyord City. There is a bus service to Stege. The bus runs directly opposite Noorbo Handlen.
A visit to the island's inn Lollesgaard is highly recommended. It is like stepping back 150 years in time when sitting in the old living rooms. The food is good and the service top notch.
It is possible to make provisions in a small wooden kiosk with an ok selection in Nyord town itself. Turn left when the octagonal church meets and you will reach the small shop. Walking to the kiosk from the harbor takes about five minutes.
Walking around the island is an attraction in itself. Many of the farms and houses are old. You can still see the old grocery store where the famous Elly Hansen for many years operated a grocery store.
Nyord church is small, octagonal, interesting and located in the middle of town.
Noorbo Handlen is a small cozy café combined with the sale of spirituosa in loose weight and handicraft. This is also where you can buy Nyord Mustard. The business is an experience in itself, here is so much different to look at.
2017: Both under 7 meters in length cost 120 kroner a day. Both between 7-12 meters in length cost 140 kroner a day. Both between 12-15 meters in length cost 180 kroner a day. Both over 15 meters in length cost 270 kroner a day. May and September: 100, - / day