Polar lights over a hut for four people in Karesuvanto close to the Finnish-Swedish border.1/5When the sky comes alight
Lapland | In northern Scandinavia winter is the time where one particularly sees a lot of polar lights. With a holiday house in snowy Lapland you will have a good chance of witnessing this natural spectacle.
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Sauna of a luxury apartment for 10 people in South Finland
2/5Sauna with lake view
Finland | Many holiday houses in Finland have a sweating bath in the house and a free view to the water.
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Log house for 8 people in the Finnish lake district.
3/5With your own fishing area
Finland | The north European country is well-known for its fishing culture. In this fishing lodge with access to the lake, you can cast your fishing line right from the jetty into the water.
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4/5And I can come too
Finland | With these holiday houses it is expressly allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
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Lakeside holiday house for 14 people at the Finnish Lakeland.
5/5Land of thousand lakes
Finnish Lakeland | In Finland one is never too far away from the next lake. But if you want to make sure then you will find something here: These holiday houses are close to a lake and offer you a direct view of the water.
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A holiday house in Finland – a guarantee for a special holiday
Finland is a country of many contrasts. It is not only renowned for its snowy winters and sunny mid summers with seemingly endless days, untouched woods, countless lakes and islands but is also revered for its culture, the Sami, comprising of great architecture and stunning design. The best way to enjoy all of this is by renting a holiday home in Finland which offers individual freedom and independence in respect to vacation planning. A mökki, a typical log cabin in Finland, offers holiday makers both privacy and tranquillity in great atmosphere. A mökki can offer different facilities and usually it provides a sauna with many of the Finnish log cabins located at a lake or at a forest. Experience the atmosphere of this great country and its fantastic nature in a holiday house in Finland.
The experience of nature – a holiday apartment in Finland
Finland is a country with many different facets. The relaxing and stunning nature of Finland is typical for the Finnish Lake District. Numerous blue lakes with islands, necks and green woods are characteristic for the region. Saimaa is the largest of the Finnish lakes and constitutes the heart of the region. It is home to the endangered Saimaa ringed seal. At the shore of the Saimaa Lake several picturesque villages are seated, for example Joutseno. Its sights include the historic museum and the church. The indigenous animal park Korpikeidas does not only offer numerous animals but also a year-round fishing opportunity. The largest province is Finnish Lapland in the north of the country. Its picturesque landscape is characterised by coastal plains, downs and thick forests. Popular cities are Inari with its unique scenery, nature parks and the Sami museum as well as Rovaniemi, Lapland’s capital. Also worth a visit is the Jätkänkynttilä bridge and when travelling with children you should visit the Santa Clause Village. A holiday house in Finland is ideal for visiting the capital Helsinki which is situated in the south at the Gulf of Finland of the Baltic Sea. Without a doubt the must-sees include the Cathedral and the Senate Square, the monolithic church Temppeliaukio Kirkko as well as the indoor market Kauppahalli. Other popular sights include the castle island Suomenlinna, which is UNESCO World Cultural Heritage and the Helsinki zoo.
Holiday in Finland – Midnight sun and pleasure in the snow
The summer activities include swimming, canoeing, boating, hiking, biking and riding. The Finnish Lake District is also a paradise for fishing enthusiasts. During the winter it is bitterly cold and the lakes freeze over. The conditions are perfect for ice skating, ice fishing, cross country skiing and snow mobile rides. There are also numerous skiing regions. One of the most popular activities of Finns is having a sauna. And those who dare a dip into an ice hole will probably never forget the heady feeling. The probably most Nordic experience is a ride with a dog or reindeer sleigh through the woods and mountains. The perfect Finnish holiday can best be enjoyed from the comfort of a holiday house.