Funen, Fyn in Danish, the second biggest isle of Denmark, lies between Jutland and Zealand. Its west shore is washed by the Little Belt, the east coast by the Great Belt. The area is usually flat; only in the southwest is there a woody moraine point known as the "Funen Alps". The lush marl earth yields a profusion of agricultural produce, which has led to the islets being called the "Garden of Denmark". Funen can be reached from Jutland by one of the two bridges straddling the Little Belt. The older of the two, to the south, is a resistant concrete structure with a lucid height above the water of 108feet.