Secluded holiday home for up to 6 people at a fjord.1/466.56° North
North of the Arctic Circle | The sun does not set here in summer, while it barely slips above the horizon in winter. Experience spectacular nature in the far north!
Per week from USD 479show 137 offers
Holiday home for max. 2 adults + 2 children on the Azores2/4Green islands in the ocean
Azores | They are actually part of Portugal but are far away from the European continent situated in the middle of the Atlantic. Discover the unique world of the Azores very authentically in a holiday house on one of the islands.
Per week from USD 379show 101 offers
Roofed pool of a holiday villa for 6 people in Cape Coral.3/4The Sunshine State
Florida | Yes, here the sun shines quite a lot. Discover the most southern US state with countless sights. A holiday house with own pool is the ideal starting point.
Per week from USD 606show 292 offers
Polar lights close to a holiday house for two people in Lapland.4/4Polar 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.
Per week from USD 221show 41 offers
A holiday house on Iceland: Vacation in stunning nature
When vacating in a holiday apartment or house on Iceland you are guaranteed stunning nature experiences. Fjords, waterfalls, lakes, rugged coasts, black beaches and bizarre volcanic landscapes characterise the harsh island, Europe’s outpost in the North Atlantic. So take a seat on the terrace of your designer house with its unique view of the lake, warm up in the hot pot of your block house at the foot of the snow-covered mountains or start an expedition to the renowned glacier at the Snaefellsjökull. Outdoor and nature enthusiasts will be thrilled by the locations of the holiday apartments and houses on Iceland.
A bath in the hot pot
Another great characteristic of most holiday apartments and houses on Iceland are the typical hot pots. The Finns have their saunas, the Icelanders their hot pots. Iceland is a volcanic island which simmers strongly subsurface. The hot water which shoots to the surface in the countless geysers is used by many Icelanders for heating their homes and filling up their swimming pools. Subsequently it is common that almost every house has a pool with hot water at the front door – a so called hot pot. This is the right place to be when a heavy storm sweeps over the island or when snow covers the cold lava wasteland. However, the climate on Iceland is not arctic. The summers can be pleasantly warm and the winter temperatures usually range around zero degrees. But anyway no one comes to the island to get a tan. The landscape is ideal for rafting, glacier tours and hiking trips, during summer under the never-ending midnight sun and winter lit by the stunning northern lights. Time now that you book your place in a hot pot, together with a holiday house on Iceland, for example in Hellnar, West Iceland.
Travelling to your holiday house on Iceland
The largest volcanic island of the world is situated just below the northern polar circle, around 1,000 kilometres to the northwest of the Norwegian coast in the Atlantic. The island has 320,000 inhabitants of whom almost one third lives in the capital Reykjavik. The only international airport is Keflavik. During summer the airport is served from Germany, for example from Frankfurt, Berlin, Hamburg and Munich. For transfer from the airport to your holiday apartment or house on Iceland we recommend a rental car. The lovely place Grímsnes in South Iceland can be easily reached in around 1 hour.
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The top rated locations in Iceland
- Dalvík in the region of Northeast Iceland
- Akureyri in the region of Northeast Iceland
- Laugarvatn in the region of South Iceland
- Selfoss in the region of South Iceland
- Haugar in the region of West Iceland
- Grímsnes in the region of South Iceland
- Ólafsvík in the region of West Iceland
- Hvolsvöllur in the region of South Iceland
- Eyrarvatn in the region of West Iceland
- Reykholt in the region of South Iceland