You’ll be staying directly on the water with this floating home in a quiet bay off the island of Bremangerlandet.1/4Fish on the hook
Norway | A boat and close by fishing grounds will very much excite hobby fishers. We have the suitable hut: For example with fillet place and freezer.
Per week from USD 286show 885 offers
2/4And I can come too
Norway | 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.
Per week from USD 126show 784 offers
Holiday home for 4 people on the panoramic homestead of Juv at a branch of the north fjord.3/4My fjord and I
Fjord Norway | Hundreds of inlets that cut deeply into the landscape characterise the coast of Norway. With these houses, you will be staying directly by the sea and enjoy the unique panorama close up.
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Grass-roof house for six people, located directly by the sea, on the island of Vestvågøy.4/4Discover Norway’s island world
Lofoten and Vesterålen | 60 larger and smaller island, located around 100 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle, form a unique natural landscape, which you can discover during a holiday home vacation.
Per week from USD 433show 97 offers
Norway | Fishing huts
Norway | Vacation with your dog
Fjord Norway | My Fjord and I
Lofoten and Vesterålen | Norway’s island world
A holiday home in Aust-Agder is a paradise for active families
Aust-Agder is a county on the Skagerrak coast in Norway. Bordering Rogaland, Vest-Agder and Telemark, the region features a varied landscape with river valleys, mountains and a coastal area. The unique landscape is ideal for holiday rental, giving travellers the opportunity to try a variety of recreational activities throughout the year.
A holiday home in Aust-Agder
The most attractive cities in which to book a holiday home in Aust-Agder are Grimstad, Arendal, Risør, Lillesand and Tvedestrand. Arendal, the largest city in the region, is the ideal place to book a holiday apartment or a holiday house. Visit the Trefoldighetskirken, a church in the heart of the town, the Store Torungen Lighthouse or its twin, the Lille Torungen Lighthouse, both of which can be reached by boat from the city centre. Take a trip to Merdø, an island where you can visit the museum and its many beaches. Originally named ‘Sanden’, the small city of Lillesand is a great place to rent a holiday house and visit the myriad attractions scattered amongst the city. Visit the Lillesand Town and Maritime Museum in the heart of the city or spend a day in the Norwegian National Park. To learn more about the 18th century and its heritage, head to Risør. The city is well preserved and is home to many festivals making it a popular destination for holiday rentals. Attend the Wooden Boat Festival, the Villvin Festival or visit the Risør Akvarium, the only saltwater aquarium in Norway.
The best time to visit
Aust-Agder has a pleasant climate in both the summer and winter months. The summer season offers warmer temperatures and is popular among visitors as can be seen from the many yachts to be found along the coast. Whilst in the summer travellers rent holiday houses along the coast, during winter, a holiday rental near the mountains is preferred. Visit Aust-Agder for its varied landscape, rich culture and long history. The region offers many outdoor and indoor recreational opportunities.