This big boulder of Troldestenen
found in a private garden - and it have
been blown into five pieces, in 1865.
Never the less, the biggest part is
Klintebakken 59, 4550 Asnæs - down to
the beach and 50 metres to the right.
Some stairs leads up to a private
garden, and the stones are found along
GPS: Around 55.847739, 11.474883
Size: 1,2 metres
high, 1,5 metres wide and 3,5 meters
Meaning of the
name: The troll stone
troll who had hidden his treasures in
Esterhøj, hid the key under this stone.
When he left, he advised a young girl,
to sneak down and take the key to
Esterhøj. The stone fifted, and the girl
said, "There it lies!" but she did not
get the key.
A troll said Høve City should not be
missing anything if the key could be
removed quietly, a girl gets relieved
the stone and said, "There lies!" but
she did not get the key.
A troll from Esterhøj did not like the
church bells from Vig and Asnæs, he went
to Odden, before he found a stone that
was large enough and threw it at one of
the churches, but it reached only to the
cliff. His five fingers sitting in
A troll from Hesselø so also got mad at
Fårevejle church and threw the stone