A marine nature park with unique landscapes, and with Lillebælt at its core. The nature park stretches from Treldenæs to Hejlsminde south of Kolding.
The nature park consists of several coastal and rural areas as well as unique sea and fjord areas, and therefore represents both nature on land, above- and below the water.
Here you will find the world's densest population of whales - the little harbour porpoises. Throughout the summer from June to September, upwards of 3000 harbour porpoises frolic in the waves of Lillebælt.
The nature park also houses many birds and is an important breeding ground for both the white-tailed eagle, the marsh harrier and the common tern as well as many migratory birds.
The nature park does not only consist of water - it also has a unique nature on land with particularly high natural value. It has important woodland areas, large marsh areas, occasional water meadows, lime grasslands, acidic grasslands, among others.