The island is low lying with a series of isolated, high hills, where the highest Kongshøj (Kings-mount), with its burial mount on top rises 30 meters above the water offers a nice picnic spot on a summers day.
See the panorama video upload I made ;-)
Fishing for some hours brought our company of 4 grownups and a baby fish for dinner with no problems. The costal fishing in Denmark requires a fishing licence (140 DDK) (if you are age 18-65) you can buy via. The link in this tip. Or at the postal office at the local shop Dagli´brugsen (155 DDK). We pumped sandworms for bate ourselves and there where plentiful.
There is a ferry that offers the only public transport to the Island it sails between Havnsø on Sjæland (Zealand) and Sejerby on Sejerø. The boat trip takes around 1 hour.
Price; (August 2009) for an adult return 120 DDK for a car return without driver 240 DDK.
For information and reservation call +45 59590018
The are two bee-keepers on the island and I can only recommend the honey from this location even if it was on the pricy side 35 DDK for 450g. The summer honey is almost white, creamy and mild in taste.