I walked on the beach from Trelde Næs to Hyby Fælled many times looking for fossils. here you can find fossils washed out from the “lillebelt clay”. The area is characterized by many landslides which as a results make a beautiful and ever-changing coastline. the beach may be difficult to walk along as trees and benches fall with clay down and may block the beach. One can find a large number of different fossils especially from benthic animals that have lived in the area for millions of years ago.
The coastline south from “Fredericia kajakclub and north from shell you can find brown limonit stones which often contains well-preserved fossils of clams and snails.
i have been to “Mors” a couple of times. i was at multiple different locations but especially at “EJERSLEV MOLERGRAV” and “MORS MOLER MUSEUM” i had best luck finding fossils. when you find a layer containing fossils it is important to keep digging in that layer.
On the South Funen close to Faaborg city, there is locality called tuber. The site can be found by running to the end of the gravel road Knoldsvej then you can go to the site along the beach.
On Site is a wide beach bordering on a high cliff.
On the beach you can find some light gray stone which when split contains burrows and corals.
Additionally, there are a lot of flint on the beach, which in particular can find sea urchins.