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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.1/4Fish 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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2/4And 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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Holiday home for 4 people on the panoramic homestead of Juv at a branch of the north fjord.3/4My 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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Grass-roof house for six people, located directly by the sea, on the island of Vestvågøy.4/4Discover Norway’s island world
Lofoten and Vesterålen | 60 larger and smaller island, located around 100 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle, form a unique natural landscape, which you can discover during a holiday home vacation.
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Holiday home vacation in Norway’s nature
atraveo offers you 3,000 different properties in wonderful Norway for a great holiday home vacation. Many of the houses are detached, far-off from larger cities and mostly set in idyllic locations, for example at the banks of a fjord, near a lake or on a tree-covered mountain ridge. Some houses don’t only offer basic facilities but also additional extras such as sauna or whirlpool. Properties next to a lake often provide a boat and/or small jetty for fishing.
Fjords, mountains and the sea in Norway
Fjords, mountains and the sea these are the ingredients of your perfect Norway holiday. Norway’s nature is just stunning, whether you take the fjord coast or the thickly lush woods in the heartland. At the end of the last glacial period thousands of large glaciers moved from the mainland towards the coast and cut deep valleys into the Norwegian landscape. Today created fjords are a unique natural spectacle which you should not miss out on. Examples for especially gorgeous fjords in Norway, where atraveo offers a large selection of holiday homes are: Sognefjord, Hardangerfjord, Boknafjord and Nordfjord.
Norway’s mountains and valleys offer numerous options for hiking holidays and during winter they offer perfect skiing conditions, such as the Hafjell Alpine Centre which is situated around the Olympic City Lillehammer (1994) or the Hemsedal Skicentre. You should also have a look at the holiday home offers of atraveo around the areas Setesdal, Gudbrandsdalen as well as Hallingdal and Hemsedal.
Another very appealing travel destination are the Norwegian islands. The probably best-known are the northern island groups Lofoten and Vesterålen. Here you are as close to the beauty of Norway’s nature as you can get.
Perfect conditions for a fishing vacation
Along the rugged coast of Norway’s fjords as well as lakes and rivers of Norway’s mountains in the heartland there are great conditions for fishing holidays. Fishing enthusiasts will not only enjoy Norway’s regions because of the abundance of fish but also because of the many holiday homes which are ideal for fishing vacations. Very often these properties have ideal locations right at the water and provide extras such as a fishing jetty, boat, filleting table and a large deep freezer. Some houses are also ideal for larger parties so that one can experience a great fishing holiday with close friends or colleagues.
By car and ship to Norway
We recommend a combined journey with your own car and ferry. A regular ferry service is offered from Hirtshals in Jutland in Denmark to Stavanger, Bergen and Kristiansand. Also a night ferry operates from Kiel in Germany to Oslo. Once in Norway you are ready to go on with your own car.
Those who are not keen on paying ferry costs have the option of driving the long route via Denmark and the south of Sweden.
Alternatively one can also travel by plane to Norway. The international airports in Oslo, Bergen and Stavanger regularly operate flights (e.g. SAS Airlines) to a number of European airports.
The best travelling season
... for a holiday in Norway are the summer months July and August. During this period the temperatures are relatively high and the days are long. Usually from September on the temperatures get considerably colder. However the Indian Summer in Scandinavia has its own unique charms. You should keep in mind that most attractions, shops and restaurants outside the larger cities will be closed outside the summer peak seasons.