If you happen to look out the window on your right, while on your way to The Blue Planet by metro, your gaze may fall upon a strange and colorful sculpture that seems a little out of place standing there in the middle of nowhere.
Get of at the next stop (Bella Center Station) and walk back a little by Ørestads Boulevard. You can always go look at fish some other time.
A concrete bridge leads you to the island itself, and in the middle there is a granite pillar ornamented with female bodies over which water constantly flows down. Around the column, there are four pavilions with roofs of colored glass. It’s perfectly beautiful in daylight but I recommend you go see it in the evening when the lights are on.
The area behind Lovers Island is part of Amager Fælled, a nature reserve, and that somehow adds to the experience, realizing that you are standing in the city and in the middle of nature at the same time.