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1/4And I can come too
Denmark | 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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Thatched roofed house for 6 people at the Danish North Sea coast.3/4The dream of a house at the sea
North 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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Vacation in a holiday home on Falster
Falster, off the south-east coast of Denmark, is the perfect island to experience an outdoor family adventure. There is something for young and old on Falster, making it the ideal family getaway, all year round. Horseback or bike riding are the best ways to enjoy the island’s flat and nature-rich landscapes through the designated forest tracks. Some of the island's amazing beaches can be viewed from holiday homes on Falster, so even on a rainy day you can appreciate the beauty of your surroundings. Holiday appartements on Falster are in close proximity to nature parks, tourist attractions and museums.
Holiday houses in Nykobing, Falster
Holiday rentals are available near the zoo, known as “The People Park”, in the island’s largest town, Nykobing Falster. This historic town enchants with its medieval wonder. A gothic church from the 15th century, the Klosterkirken (or Abbey Church), is the town’s best-known monument. Marielyst in the southern part of Falster reputably boasts one of one the best beaches in Denmark; book a vacation in a holiday home in the town to get the most out of your stay.
From Holiday Houses on Falster to Medieval Houses
Holiday rentals near the Medieval Museum in Nykobing Falster won’t disappoint. An exhibition of arms and a range of activities, including re-enactment plays, cater to both young and old. The restaurant “Den Gyldene Svane” is on hand to serve medieval food guaranteed to satisfy famished visitors after a day in battle. The Stone Catapult is fired twice each day at 12:00pm and 3:00pm. When you rent holiday appartements on Falster, your family will not only ‘stay’ on Falster as tourists, but ‘live’ the way of the locals, past and present.