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Thatched roofed house for 6 people at the Danish North Sea coast.1/10The dream of a house at the sea
North Sea Denmark | Endless beaches, panoramic view: With these beach houses along the Danish North Sea coast the distance to the water changes with the tide.
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View from the verandah of a detached holiday home for 10 people near Rødhus.2/10Vastness
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.3/10A 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.4/10Danish 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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5/10And 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 Rømø6/10The 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 Blåvand7/10Just 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.
8/10Bait 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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Take a break in a holiday home on the North Sea of Denmark
A holiday home by the North Sea in Denmark affords travellers the opportunity to enjoy the unspoilt landscape of the region's coast. The coastline is made up of long sandy beaches populated by seals and the many sea birds which inhabit the area as well as the dolphins which can often be spotted from the shore. From Sondervig to Thyboron, the area's picturesque towns and landscapes are characterised by their historic lighthouses and windmills.
A holiday home by the North Sea
In locations such as Ringkøbing Fjord, Blokhus and Nørre Lyngby, a holiday house or holiday rental is a great way to enjoy the North Sea area of Denmark. There are many seaside towns that are popular holiday destinations in which to rent a holiday home or book a holiday apartment and the freedom and comfort of a holiday rental will only enhance the experience. The town of Hirtshals on Vendsyssel-Thy, an island off of the Jutland Peninsula, is the location of the Nordsøen Oceanarium, a large aquarium which is one of the region's most popular attractions. A ferry from Hirtshall makes a day trip to Norway an easy possibility and fans of seafood will want to try the local mussels and oysters which are renowned for being some of the best in the world.
Experience Denmark's culture and history
While staying at a holiday house, holiday home or holiday apartment in the region there are plenty of historic and cultural attractions to see including the Eisinga Planetarium, the oldest working planetarium of its kind. A holiday rental near Thy National Park provides and opportunity to discover the region's history and culture alongside its tranquil landscapes of sand dunes, grassy meadows and woodlands. The park is a great place for bird watching and deer can often be seen grazing amongst the ancient dolmens and Viking burial mounds. More recent historic buildings include the World War II bunkers at Hanstholm Fortress, which are home to a museum devoted to the military history of the area.