Holiday house for 7 people along the Danish North Sea coast.1/11A 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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Architect house for six people on the island Falster.
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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Thatched roofed house for 6 people at the Danish North Sea coast.4/11The dream of a house at the 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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5/11And I can come too
Denmark | 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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Vacation in a holiday home on Langeland
Langeland is a dreamy Danish Island, situated between the Bay of Kiel and Great Bay, with a bridge connecting it to Tasinge. Rudkøbing is the only large town here, and there are many holiday rentals and holiday apartments that one can book on this part of the island. Staying at holiday houses on Langeland is one of the best ways to enjoy the area.
Places of interest on Langeland
Holidaymakers should visit the Tickon Sculpture Park. It’s a beautiful country house which is also happens to be Denmark’s oldest inhabited building. The grounds comprise of a scenic park installed with exquisite sculptures made from natural materials. Tranekær, a cute hamlet, always manages to enthrall guests on the island with its colourful houses and bright red castle. Visitors can easily rent holiday houses or holiday rentals during their stay here.
A trip to the Langelands Museum is a history lover’s delight, with highlights such as medieval relics from the island's castles and the skeletons of a Viking chieftain and his slave. Other finds here include artefacts from a Scandinavian Stone Age village. The Langelandsfort, which was once a military stronghold (and still features bunkers which visitors can view), also makes an interesting side trip.
Things to do on Langeland
With its nice old town centre, marina, windmills, small farming villages and countryside, Langeland offers idyllic nature and relaxation, especially if one spends the vacation in a holiday home. Many bird-watching sites dot the island, making it a haven for bird lovers. Visitors can opt to stay at holiday homes or holiday apartments located on the island, as they offer a more intimate ambience. Guests staying at one of the comfortable holiday houses can buy groceriesat the central supermarket, which also features a good cafe and bakery.