This holiday home for eight people lies directly on the shore of the Sognefjord.1/7My fjord and I
Fjord Norway | Hundreds of inlets that cut deeply into the landscape characterise the coast of Norway. With these houses, you will be staying directly by the sea and enjoy the unique panorama close up.
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Secluded holiday home for up to 6 people at a fjord.2/766.56° North
North of the Arctic Circle | The sun does not set here in summer, while it barely slips above the horizon in winter. Experience spectacular nature in the far north!
Per week from GBP 416show 144 offers
Holiday house for 9 people directly at the fjord coast.3/7A hot tub at the fjord
Norway | 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.
Per week from GBP 491show 14 offers
Holiday complex Nordseter Fjellstue near Lillehammer with accommodations for up to 5 people.4/7Snow magic in Norway
Lillehammer | Winter fun in the region around Lillehammer is promised by the Hafjell Ski Region with more than 40 kilometres of slope run and more than 300 kilometres of cross country ski run
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You’ll be staying directly on the water with this floating home in a quiet bay off the island of Bremangerlandet.5/7Fish on the hook
Norway | A boat and close by fishing grounds will very much excite hobby fishers. We have the suitable hut: For example with fillet place and freezer.
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Grass-roof house for up to six people at Nordfjord.6/7Connected with nature
Norway | Houses with a grass roof are a special feature that is mainly found in Scandinavia. Wouldn’t such quaint accommodation be exactly the right holiday home for your next break in Norway?
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7/7And I can come too
Norway | 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.
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Perfect fishing holiday in Norway
Norway | Norway is not only a very popular holiday destination because of its breathtaking nature. It is also a paradise for fishing enthusiasts. Deep sea fishing in the North Sea, coastal fishing at the banks of the fjords, freshwater fishing at one of over thousand lakes or demanding salmon fishing in mountain rivers – there is something for every fishermen. And the abundance of fish almost guarantees a perfect fishing day.
At the coast where you are very likely to encounter coal fish, mackerel and cod fishing is mainly free of charge. This means simply “cast the fishing rod and off you go!” When angling in rivers and lakes in the mainland usually a local fishing fee applies. Information on fees and regulation can usually be obtained from the local tourist information or at fishing and sports shops.
In order to guarantee a perfect fishing vacation you should book the appropriate holiday house. This way you keep your independence as many holiday homes are ideally equipped for fishing holidays. When using the atraveo search just click on “Further characteristics”, then on “Special properties” and then choose “Fishing holidays”. You will get a selection of houses which usually provide filleting tables, large deep freezers and possibly a barbecue. Most of these houses are situated right next to a body of water – whether coast, lake or river depends on the region and location you are looking for – and then usually provide a small jetty and a rowing or motor boat.
What could be better for a fishing enthusiast after a successful day than sitting in the evening on the holiday house’s terrace, enjoying Norway’s great nature whilst the catch of the day is cooking on the barbecue.
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Risor municipality has approximately 6.900 ...
show more inhabitants and covers a area of 193,0 km2, lies in Aust-Agder. It is easy to fall in love with Risor. This white town on the Skagerak is the melting pot of 'Sorlandet'. Outer Risor has the magnificent archipelago and romantic Sorland houses which stand shoulder to shoulder around the beautiful harbor.
The architecture in Risor bears witness to 300 years of development, and the town is known for its beautifully preserved wooden buildings. The town first flourished as a port for exporting timber to the Netherlands. A memorial to this era is the elegant Baroque style church, 'The Church of the Holy Spirit', built in 1647.
Risor is also known for its galleries, three of them are open all year round. During the summer comes at least three more, which is quite good considering that Risor town has only 7.000 inhabitants. The intimate environment in Risor is perfect for the chamber music festival which draws both Norwegian and international musicians and audiences in the month of June. In August, boat lovers flock to Risor to enjoy the elegant lines and traditional workmanship of Europe's largest collection of wooden boats during the Wooden Boat Festival.
Risor has an active nightlife with restaurants and bars.
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Property no. 744142
from GBP 1,172for 1 week
Risør, South Norway (Sörlandet)
Holiday home for max. 4 adults + 4 childrenApprox. 70 m², 4 bedrooms, pets are allowed (max. 10), Internet, WLAN, washing machine, non-smoking property, sandy beach approx. 20 m, sea approx. 10 m, motor boat, cabin, sea view