In the Stone Ages, Fur was divided into four small islands. The island has risen since then, so you can now ride over Vojelkær, which was once a Stone Age sound. Today, Vojelvig cove is all that remains of the Stone Age sound. The shallow cove has reed-covered banks and two small islands. It is a haven for waterfowl such as redshanks, lapwings, oystercatchers, golden plovers, sandpipers and ringed plovers. A suggestion: Stop near the pump station and enjoy the sight and the sound of the birds.