View from the verandah of a detached holiday home for 10 people near Rødhus.1/12Vastness
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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Holiday home for up to six people in the dunes of Holmsland Klit.2/12A 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.
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Holiday home on Rømø for up to eight people with its own roof terrace.3/12Danish 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.
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4/12And 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.
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“View of dunes and heather.” wrote one holidaymaker about this holiday home on Rømø5/12The best properties in Denmark
It is said that Denmark is the “Land of Holiday Homes”. And, in fact, there is a particularly high concentration of properties here. We hereby present you with the top-rated holiday homes in the whole of Denmark.
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Pool with a great ambience at a holiday home for six people in Blåvand6/12Just 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.
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Holiday house near the beach for 8 people on Bornholm.
7/12Bait thrown out
Denmark | Rich fishing grounds and holiday houses that are no further than 500 metres from the water make Denmark a paradise for anglers.
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The wide selection: Holiday homes in North Jutland
The selection of holiday homes in North Jutland is huge. The region includes large parts of the Danish North Sea coast and the Baltic Sea coast as well as the Limfjord, which picturesquely stretches through the inland between the two seas. Your holiday home in North Jutland can therefore stand on the rugged west coast or the gentle east coast - or in the species-rich natural landscape of the fjord. Accordingly, the range of accommodation on offer in North Jutland is multi-faceted. You have the choice between converted farms with 16 rooms and a wellness area, holiday apartments at the beach, spacious wooden houses at the North Sea, Swedish houses at the Baltic Sea, log cabins, stone houses and thatched-roof cottages. Everyone will find the right house or apartment here!
Holiday homes in North Jutland – in the country between the seas
North Jutland extends from the mouth of the Limfjord in the North Sea to Denmark's northernmost point in Skagen, where the North Sea meets the Baltic Sea. The east side of North Jutland extends from there down to the Mariagerfjord. The Limfjord cuts through North Jutland from west to east and forms a 180-kilometre waterway. Depending on where your holiday home is situated in North Jutland, you can spend your holidays in a variety of landscapes: At long North Sea beaches with roaring surf and high dunes, at the gently sloping bathing beaches of the Baltic Sea, or in the middle of rural surroundings between meadows, fields and forests. Popular holiday resorts on the North Sea coast include, for example Blokhus and Nørre Vorupør, and Saeby and Hou on the Baltic Sea coast.
Places worth seeing in North Jutland
The largest city in North Jutland is Aalborg. The city on the south bank of the Limfjord (122,000 inhabitants) enchants visitors with a beautiful old quarter with historic buildings, a Gothic cathedral, the Aalborghus castle and some pedestrian areas with department stores, banks and boutiques. The street of Jomfru Ane Gade is regarded as the longest bar in Denmark: a good two dozen restaurants, music pubs and also a casino will tempt you here. It becomes very maritime as you head towards Frederikshavn at the Baltic Sea. The town is an important ferry port. Along with the ferries, there are naval ships, fishing boats and historic ships at anchor here. Those who spend their holidays in a holiday home on the west coast of North Jutland, should see Hirtshals. The town harbour is one of the most important fishing ports in Denmark, has the largest aquarium in northern Europe with the Nordsøen Oceanarium, and a lighthouse with a beautiful view of the Tannis bay.