Holiday home on Rømø for up to eight people with its own roof terrace.1/12Danish design
Denmark | If you like an exceptional ambience when on holiday then these houses with selected architectural claim then you are sure to be enthralled.
Per week from GBP 286show 137 offers
Holiday house for 6 people along the northern coast of Bornholm2/12View to the Baltic Sea
Bornholm | This island in the eastern part of Denmark has a coastline of more than 150 kilometres. Steep cliffs interchange here with gently sloping sandy beaches.
Per week from GBP 277show 259 offers
3/12And I can come too
Denmark | With these holiday houses it is explicitely allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
Per week from GBP 233show 14,076 offers
Holiday home for up to six people in the dunes of Holmsland Klit.4/12A house in the dune landscape
Denmark | Between the dunes, at the dunes, behind the dunes, in front of the dunes: A view of the dunes will accompany you throughout your holiday home vacation.
Per week from GBP 218show 1,078 offers
Large log house for 26 people with its own pool.5/12Just one door away from the pool
Denmark | Holiday homes with their own pool are not just ideal for summer. As long as they are covered and ideally are situated beside the living room, you can enjoy bathing here the whole year round.
Per week from GBP 349show 2,195 offers
Enjoy a break with the family at a holiday home in Ærø
Pronounced "air-rue", Ærø is a much loved island that is part of the South Funen Archipelago in Denmark. Almost every corner of the island affords seaviews across to the islands of Birkholm and Drejoe. All of Ærø's 16 villages were built to be concealed from potential invaders and even the church spires were designed to be invisible from the sea. Today, Ærø has one of the world's largest solar power plants, modern wind farms and traditional U-shaped farms as well as a selection of holiday houses, holiday homes and holiday rental options.
The magic of the sea
Ærøskøbing, Søby and Marstal all have sandy beaches and shallow waters which are great for families with kids who can even rent a bike and explore the local villages. The Archipelago Way is a pleasant walking experience, as is the scenic golf course by the lighthouse which is surrounded by water. Kite surfing and other watersports are popular activities at Det Lille Hav beach. Ærø is renowned for its sea trout and a fishing licence can be obtained from the tourist office who will be happy to suggest the best fishing spots. Other attractions include Voderup Klint, a solitary area marked by unusual stepped cliffs of Cyprina clay and the wild bird breeding ground of Næbbet. For accommodation choices, consider the hamlets of Ommelshoved and Kleven og Strandbyen where you can book a variety of holiday houses, holiday apartments and holiday rentals.
With its market town atmosphere, 18th century architecture and cobbled streets, the historic centre of the island, Ærøskøbing, is right out of a Hans Christian Andersen tale. Holiday homes, holiday apartments and holiday rentals abound here and the summers are a great time to visit when accordion music, classical concerts and even opera takes place. Often called "Skipper Village" because of the many sailors who have made it their home, Marstal finds mention in Carsten Jensen's novel We, The Drowned, a touching story describing the town's maritime history. The Marstal Søfartsmuseum pays tribute to the town's tenacious seafaring history.
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