Holiday house for 4 people directly at a lake and wood-fired sauna house.1/3Here you will get warm
Sweden | You can only really enjoy an authentic vacation in Scandinavia with a sauna. These holiday houses all have an own sweating bath that occasionally is in a nice scenic spot.
Per week from USD 266show 232 offers
Holiday home for 4 people on a small, secluded island off the Swedish skerry coast.2/3An entire lake for us
Sweden | Of course the typical Sweden house is red and the embankment complements the idyll perfectly. Take the boat out for fishing and bathing or just drift.
Per week from USD 353show 206 offers
3/3Vacation with your dog
Sweden | 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 319show 1,325 offers
Book a holiday home in Oland for a taste of the great outdoors
With 300 kilometres of coastline, pristine beaches, 75 nature reserves and world heritage cultural landscapes Oland, the second largest island in Sweden, is a popular holiday destination. Holiday apartments, holiday rentals and holiday homes are in plentiful supply particularly in the vicinity of Böda Sand, a spectacular beach which is also the home of the mythic trolls' forest (Trollskogen).
Blessed by nature
Cyclists love Oland for its relatively easy routes along the coast which offer plenty of interesting sights. Bikes are easy to rent when you rent a holiday house, holiday home or holiday apartment in the region. The Boda Ecopark's barren sand dunes, towering pine forests and rolling meadowlands are hard to match. The rock formations on the windswept Byerum Beach were formed by natural erasion over thousands of years. At the northern tip of Oland there is a spectacular lighthouse known as Långe Erik and the Neptuni Angar Nature Reserve, while the southern edge of the island is home to a bird sanctuary called Ottenby Fågelstation. The Ölands Animal and Amusement Park that shelters 160 species of animal life is a must for families with kids.
The cultural aspects of Oland
Plundered by invaders and witness to never ending wars and plagues, Oland has been inhabited for approximately 7000 years and the earliest archaeological sites date back to 2500 BC. The ruins of the Borgholm Castle can be admired from afar and serve as a poignant reminder of the country's history. Culture buffs will be pleased to note that the southern agricultural landscape known as Alvaret is a UNESCO World Heritage site and the perfect place in which to discover rare species and evidence of human settlements from prehistoric times. The Vida Museum showcases work by Ulf Trotzig and Bertil and Ulrika Wallien, while the Eketorp Fortress is a reconstruction of an ancient fort . Book a holiday house or holiday rental in Oland, a region of dramatic natural beauty and tradition.