Rævehøj passage grave near Dalby sits atop a ridge next to the Great Belt coast. This gives visitors a panoramic view of the ocean. It was first constructed ca. 3200 b.c.e. As is common in these burial chambers, the site was reused during the Bronze Age. It is speculated that it was during this time that sun crosses were carved on one of the horizontal roof support stones in the chamber. Fire pits have also been excavated at the site that likely date to the Bronze Age. Other ancient burial mounds surround the site.