A Dark Sky Park is a protected area dedicated to preserving dark night skies and minimizing light pollution. These areas are typically located in regions with minimal light pollution, far away from cities and towns, and have dark night skies that are ideal for stargazing and astronomy.
Reducing light pollution has numerous benefits, including:
Frede's tractor below the Milky Way
Busemarke long barrow, under the Milky Way.
Photo of the 7th Day Moon, seen through a 25 cm telescope. Many craters are clearly visible.
Wedding photo from the beach, with a starry sky background.
The Milky Way is best seen in the summer, when the galactic centre is above the horizon
The old castle at Liselund, with a sky full of stars
A family enjoyinng the night sky, with Orion in the background
Dark Sky Camp is now open for booking.
Why stay at a three star hotel, when you can sleep under a million stars?