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Enjoy the winter idyll in the far north with this holiday home for up to ten people in Lapland.1/5Holiday with a large group of people
Finland | Discover Finland together with friends. These holiday homes have at least four bedrooms and therefore offer plenty of space for several travellers.
Per week from USD 735show 254 offers
Houseboat for up to six people on a calm lake in the heart of Finland.2/5Without solid ground
Finland | Don’t just spend your holiday by the water, but directly on it! With your own houseboat that you can steer yourself, you can experience Finland's nature perfectly.
Per week from USD 3,549show 5 offers
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.
Per week from USD 471show 23 offers
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.
Per week from USD 477show 1,300 offers
Polar lights over a hut for four people in Karesuvanto close to the Finnish-Swedish border.5/5When 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.
Per week from USD 471show 787 offers
Plan a break in a holiday home in Northern Ostrobothnia
The Finnish region of Northern Ostrobothnia with its holiday homes and diverse landscapes is a paradise for holidaymakers. From the gorgeous Ostrobothnian plains in the west the landscape quickly changes towards the east, giving way to dark hills and finally the fjells which characterise the north-eastern part of the region around Kuusamo and Taivalkoski. The area attracts visitors for its extensive hiking trails, skiing tracks and slalom slopes. Holiday rentals, holiday houses and holiday apartments are in plentiful supply. Northern Ostrobothnia's eastern boundary falls between the European Union and Russia making the region the gateway between East and West.
A cultural hot spot in the far North
The friendly inhabitants of Northern Ostrobothnia are rooted in tradition yet more than happy to embrace new technologies and perhaps this is why its principal city Oulu, one of the most populous in Northern Finland, is hailed as Europe's "living lab". Here both young and old are enthusiastic adopters of new technologies like NFC tags and UBI hot spots which are strategically placed in airports, shopping centres and other public spaces. Prominent attractions in Oulu include the Merikoski hydroelectric dam, Rotuaari pedestrian street, Oulu Cathedral, Mannerheim Park and the Oulu Museum of Art. Northern Ostrobothnia's towns and villages haven't let go of their cultural traditions and visitors staying in a holiday home are treated to summer music and theatre festivals, Arctic weeks and fish and produce markets. Oulu is also the host of the World Air Guitar Championships, Mieskuoro Huutajat (also known as Screaming Men) and the Jalometalli Metal Music Festival.
Nature and winter sports in Northern Ostrobothnia
The ports of Oulu, Raahe and Kalajoki on the Bothnian Bay are the ideal locations in which to find holiday rentals, holiday houses and holiday apartments and are perfect for families with kids looking to set up a base from which to explore the region. Winter sports such as ice fishing, skiing and snow-mobiling are popular and renting equipment could not be easier when you book a holiday home Northern Ostrobothnia.