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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Holiday home for max. 12 persons on the North Sea coast of Denmark2/4The 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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Rent a holiday home in Danish Frisia on the coast of the North Sea
A holiday home in Danish Frisia gives travellers the freedom to explore Denmark's coast on the North Sea or to head inland and discover the countryside with its charming windmills and quaint villages. Just off of the coast, the Frisian Islands are known for their long stretches of sandy beaches and are a great spot in which to enjoy the ocean breeze. Booking a holiday rental will give you the chance to explore Danish Frisia whilst enjoying all the comforts of home.
A holiday home on the North Sea Coast
A holiday house or holiday apartment in Danish Frisia is a great way to explore the coast along the North Sea. Sailing is a popular activity at many of the coastal towns in the region and the Frisian Islands are easily accessible. The islands of Bornrif, Brandaris, North Tower and Vuurduin are home to several historic lighthouses and nearby Schiermonnikoog is largely taken up by a national park which is popular for hiking and camping. Schiermonnikoog's beaches are great location for bird watching and seals can often be seen in the ocean. A holiday rental in locations such as Ballum Sogn or Skærbæk makes it easy to get the most out of a stay in area.
Explore the northern Netherlands with a holiday home in Danish Frisia
A holiday house or holiday apartment in Danish Frisia also provides the opportunity to explore the national heritage sites of neighbouring Holland such as the Eisinga Planetarium in Franeker, home to the oldest working model of the solar system in the world and Hoogendster Pijp, a water gate in Sneek that dates back to the 15th century. There are many historic windmills to be seen throughout the region. A holiday rental is also a great way to explore the Danish landscape and the meadows, bogs, lakes and streams of the national parks in the area are home to a wide array of flora and fauna. Rent a holiday home in Danish Frisia to enjoy warm hospitality and tranquil landscapes.