On the faremost southpoint of the Danish island Langeland you have two attractions. The first one is the unique small pebbles beach Strand Gulstav with its small clay cliffs, the second one are unique wild horses. To reach those two attractions you need to drive in the direction of the village Bagenkop in the region Syddanmark. Not far away from the beach you have a large parking place and it's easy to reach with any kind of vehicle. Once on the beach you have a total length of several kilometres and up to 10 m off widthness available. The surface is a mixture of small and big pebbles. The point of swim is at around 5 m. Most of the beach infrastructure is located around the parking place and here you don't have any options to buy food or drinks or to stay over in an accommodation.