View from the verandah of a detached holiday home for 10 people near Rødhus.1/13Vastness
Jammer Bay | The Jammer Bay extends over more than one hundred kilometres in the north of Jutland. With these houses, you will not be far away from the wide beaches and you’ll have a view of the coastal panorama.
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Thatched-roof house for up to 16 people near Højer.2/13Everyone can come along here
Jutland | There’s space for everyone in our extra-large holiday homes which have at least six bedrooms. A holiday together with family and friends is also fun!
Per week from GBP 427show 413 offers
Holiday home on Rømø for up to eight people with its own roof terrace.4/13Danish 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.
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Holiday house for 6 people along the northern coast of Bornholm5/13View 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.
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Rent a holiday home in Mariager Fjord for a relaxing break
Long celebrated for its landscape, Denmark's largest fjord, Mariager Fjord, weaves its way between flat marshy areas and high sloping hillsides past the old town of Hadsund and on to Mariager and then to the fishing villages of Stinesminde, Bramslev Bakker and Rold Skov before ending at the home of the Vikings at Hobro. This scenic passage past picturesque towns offers holidaymakers a lovely choice of holiday rentals, holiday houses and holiday apartments set amidst a dramatic landscape in locations such as Helberskov, Als Odde or Ajstrup.
Cultural highlights of a holiday home in Mariager Fjord
One of Denmark’s smallest merchant towns, Mariager was an obscure fishing village until 1410, after which trade blossomed. Located by the harbour, Mariager's biggest attraction is the Salt Centre where visitors can experience the subterranean salt mine or take a swim in “The Dead Sea". The paddle steamer Svanen offers cruises along the fjord and just across from the Mariagerfjord Golf Club, the Aa Mølle watermill offers dramatic views of the surrounding area. The summer is great time to enjoy a trip on the Mariager-Handest Vintage Railway. Hadsund, the birthplace of author Hans Kirk, is known for its local museum which occupies an old water mill in a peaceful natural setting and has its own animal park. Hobro has an organic indoor market where farmers graciously allow visitors to sample local produce. Restaurants in all of the towns and villages around Mariager Fjord serve traditional Danish cuisine and the locally caught trout is a speciality.
Outdoor pursuits in the Danish countryside
The trout to be found in Mariager Fjord are the reason this areais known as a paradise for anglers and if you book a holiday home or holiday rental in the area you can rent a boat and enjoy a family fishing excursion. Kattegat Beach on the east coast is ideal for kite surfing, wind surfing, water skiing, sailing and swimming while Østerskoven Forest, with its centuries-old oak trees, offers an extensive network of well signposted trails for hikers and cyclists.