Own boat and jetty at a holiday home for four people in Småland.1/9Holiday home with fishing area
South Sweden | An own boat and fishing area only a few steps from the holiday house make Sweden the fishing paradise of the north.
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“The house left no wish unfulfilled,” declared one satisfied holidaymaker about this holiday home in Västergötland.2/9The best properties in Sweden
Dense forests, countless lakes, picturesque skerry islands, and an elk here and there – Sweden will impress everyone with its natural landscape, above all. We’ll show you the top-rated holiday homes here.
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Holiday home with its own landing stage, in the middle of the woods of Värmland.3/9An entire lake for us
Sweden | Of course the typical Sweden house is red and the embankment complements the idyll perfectly. Take the boat out for fishing and bathing or just drift.
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Holiday home with space for up to 8 people, located near the lake in Småland.4/9All together
Småland | Travelling together is mostly enjoyable. These holiday houses with at least four bedrooms offer enough room for large families or group of friends.
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Holiday house for 4 people directly at a lake and wood-fired sauna house.5/9Here you will get warm
Sweden | You can only really enjoy an authentic vacation in Scandinavia with a sauna. These holiday houses all have an own sweating bath that occasionally is in a nice scenic spot.
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Holiday villas for 6 people with own hot tub direct at the shore of the Lake Vänern.6/9Vacation in a hot tub
Sweden | Hot Tubs are heated outdoor pools. These holiday homes all have an own hot tub from where you have a view across the landscape whilst enjoying a bubble bath.
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Polar lights close to a holiday house for two people in Lapland.7/9Polar lights high up in the North
Lapland | Particularly in autumn and winter many polar lights appear in the north of Scandinavia. With a holiday house you have a good chance to experience this fascinating natural spectacle.
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A customer left a feedback for this cottage for 6 persons in Brålanda: "it's a very beautiful and comfortable house in the middle of nature."8/9Affordable quality
Sweden | Great holiday for not much money? No problem. Here we offer you a selection of holiday apartments and houses that are not expensive and at the same time have been rated very good by other travellers.
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The best kept secrets of a holiday home on the East Coast of Sweden
The East Coast of Sweden is brimming with numerous attractions and gorgeous natural sites, along with holiday rental opportunities suitable for any type of traveller. The medieval towns and the fairy tale landscapes create the ideal place to spend a quiet vacation with one's family.
What's great about a holiday home on the East Coast of Sweden
It's a good thing the East Coast of Sweden offers a plethora of holiday rental opportunities. Whether you choose a holiday apartment in a modern city or a holiday home in the country, there will be plenty to do. Stockholm and the surrounding area is packed with attractions.Book a holiday house here in the capital of Sweden and spare a few days to visit the most important landmarks. Stop by the Vasa Museum and be awed by its 17th century warship, or go to Skansen, an impressive open-air museum. Don’t miss Gamla Stan (the Old Town, in English), and Gröna Lund, an amusement park on Djurgården Island. Scattered along the coast, you will find a wide number of charming small towns, such as Nyköping, the harbour side of which offers a wide selection of restaurants and shops. The main attractions of the town, however, are the Nynäs and Nyköpingshus castles. For those who head south along the coast, be sure to visit the medieval town of Kalmar. Taking a holiday rental in Kalmar is very popular, and with good reason. This peaceful, architecturally charming city is home to many historical sites, such as the Kalmar Castle and the Kalmar Art Museum.
The best time to visit
The East Coast of Sweden is best explored during the summer, when days are warm, long, and pleasant. From June to August, when temperatures rise to 20°C, both families and single travellers are likely to rent a holiday house or a holiday apartment to take in the coast's quaint towns and inviting nature. The region perfectly blends the modern feeling of Stockholm with the warmth of the area's oldest villages.