A prime island getaway off of the eastern coast of the mainland, Langeland has a population of just over 13,000, mostly in its main village of Rudkobing. The island is fringed by sandy beaches and steep coastal precipices, which are great for the adventurer that chooses attractive, open spaces over perilous climbs. Although you won't be blown away by sheer size and scope, popular cliff locations like Franke, Ristinge, and Dovns all provide lookouts onto the sea and the innumerable hat hills (by their shape, doggone it) like Fakkebjerg will get that heart rate up.
Sure, this isn't the type of destination that has rugged adventurers tossing in their sleep, but Rudkobing has its quaint, cobbled avenues, there is Cold War heavy artillery on display at Museum Langelandsfort, and about 15 medieval churches are scattered across the 52 km (32 mile) landmass. So pull on your coat (for this is no tropical retreat) and see a bit of the world that doesn't cater to the zombie tourists of the world.