Fishing area close to the holiday house in a converted former water mill for 7 people.1/9Holiday home with fishing area
South Sweden | An own boat and fishing area only a few steps from the holiday house make Sweden the fishing paradise of the north.
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Holiday home with space for up to 8 people, located near the lake in Småland.2/9All together
Småland | Travelling together is mostly enjoyable. These holiday houses with at least four bedrooms offer enough room for large families or group of friends.
Per week from USD 346show 176 offers
Polar lights close to a holiday house for two people in Lapland.3/9Polar lights high up in the North
Lapland | Particularly in autumn and winter many polar lights appear in the north of Scandinavia. With a holiday house you have a good chance to experience this fascinating natural spectacle.
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Holiday house for 4 people directly at a lake and wood-fired sauna house.4/9Here you will get warm
Sweden | You can only really enjoy an authentic vacation in Scandinavia with a sauna. These holiday houses all have an own sweating bath that occasionally is in a nice scenic spot.
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Holiday home for 4 people on a small, secluded island off the Swedish skerry coast.5/9An entire lake for us
Sweden | Of course the typical Sweden house is red and the embankment complements the idyll perfectly. Take the boat out for fishing and bathing or just drift.
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Living amidst Sweden’s nature
Sweden | The preferences for holiday home vacations in Sweden are spread over the whole country. atraveo customers appreciate travel destinations in the south, middle and north of Sweden equally. The Scandinavian kingdom impresses with its stunning natural backdrop consisting of sheer endless lush woods, green pastures and numerous crystal-clear lakes.
Many of the holiday homes you can book with atraveo have an especially idyllic location, far-off from major villages and they are often situated right next to a lake or a river. Here you can fully enjoy Swedish nature. And when hiking through the Swedish forests you might even pass an elk, the national animal of Sweden.
The most popular provinces for holiday home vacations in Sweden are Småland and Västergötland. When in Småland you can trace the footsteps of Pippi Longstocking. Västergötland on the other hand is situated along the Swedish west coast and lures with the old harbour town Gothenburg. Other nice destinations for a holiday home vacation in Sweden are also the lakes Vänern, Vättern, Bolmen, Sommen and Mälaren. Also interesting is the region around the capital Stockholm which extends over several islands. Unique charms promise the Baltic Sea islands Gotland and Öland as well as the up in the north situated unending Lappland.
Tips and information for examples on travelling and best holiday times you can also find in the holiday home selection for Sweden.
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Here at Gällnö life can be descibed as one of peace and tranquility. Gällnö is a genuine island with large, open pastures and grazing animals. lush meadows and pastures mixed with forest and dotted with rocks and beaches. Gällnö is for those who want to experience how ...
show more the archipelago was once, with well-preserved buildings and open spaces.There is one functioning farm who’s cows graze around nearly the entirity of the island. Only About 30 people live year-round on Gällnö. We hope that you will enjoy your stay with us!
The name Gällnö comes from the word “shrill”. Long ago Gällnö consisted of a number of islands, islets and reefs. When the wind blew vigorously it made the sea roar around the island, hence the name. Gällnö was inhabited as early as the Middle Ages. They lived by farming and fishing. Throughout the years Both Danes and Russians have ravaged and plundered the island. A well preserved stoneoven reminiscent of that time. At Torsviken are traces of the ice sheet in the form of a pothole that was turned out by the ice over 10,000 years ago.