Kragenæs is a port town by Smålandsfarvandet on northern Lolland,
located 10 km east of Horslunde, 19 km northeast of Nakskov and 24
km northwest of Maribo. It belongs to Lolland Municipality and is
located in Region Zealand. Kragenæs has ferry routes to Fejø and
Kragenæs belongs to Birket Parish. Birket Church is located in the village Lindet 4 km southwest of Kragenæs.
The town has a grocery store. Kragenæshus is a housing offer for people with reduced physical ability due to congenital brain damage.
Kragenæs is a tourist destination. South of the ferry port there is a marina, which was expanded in 1993 and operated together with a campsite. 1 km south of the city is the monument Dodekalitten, which consists of 12 stone pillars with built-in music.
On Ravnsby Bakke 4 km south of Kragenæs is the rampart
Ravnsborg, which gave its name to Ravnsborg Municipality, which
Kragenæs belonged to 1970-2006.
In 1899, Kragenæs is described as follows: "Kragenæs with Harbor (built in 1879, deepened in the last years to about 12 F.), from where Ferry to Fejø, Kro and Købmandsforretn .;"
Kragenæs had a station on the Nakskov-Kragenæs Railway (1915-67). As a terminus, Kragenæs had a turntable and a single-track depot. Originally, the station had 4 tracks, but one of them was reduced to a plug track. The station building has been preserved on Remisevej 4.
The current inn was built in the early 1980s after the old one burned in a snowstorm in the winter of 1978-79, which on Lolland-Falster is called "The Snow War". The fire had occurred in the electrical installations and the Fire Brigade could not come forward for snow. The inn's café The view out on the harbor was built in 2007 after the old wooden house was destroyed by the storm surge in November 2006.