What are the most popular points of interest and landmarks to stay near when travelling to Udsholt Strand?

HomeAway offers a large selection of holiday accommodations near great places in Udsholt Strand. From HomeAway travellers, the most popular points of interest to stay near are:

  • Tisvildeleje Beach: 866 holiday lettings
  • Munkeruphus: 720 holiday lettings
  • Hornbaek Beach: 677 holiday lettings
  • Melby Station: 1,092 holiday lettings
  • Hillerod Gribso Station: 834 holiday lettings

But there are many other points of interest around Udsholt Strand listed on HomeAway where you can find your place to stay. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available near the point of interest of your choice.

Can I rent Houses in Udsholt Strand?

Yes, of course. HomeAway offers 174 Houses in Udsholt Strand. Our other popular types of Udsholt Strand holiday rentals include:

    Can I find a holiday accommodation with internet/wifi in Udsholt Strand?

    Yes, you can select your preferred holiday accommodation with internet/wifi among our 152 holiday homes with internet/wifi available in Udsholt Strand. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available.

      Make a holiday home in Udsholt Strand your home away from home

      Holidaymakers looking to enjoy a quiet seaside holiday in the north of Europe should consider a few days in North Zealand. Here they’ll find a succession of harbour towns and fishing villages littered with captivating historical monuments, castles of royalty of yore. They’ll also be engulfed in lush woodland, feast their eyes on renowned fjords and walk the soft sands of pristine beaches as they explore the diverse landscape that characterises this part of Denmark. For their R&R tourists will want to opt for Udsholt Strand holiday homes which put them right on the brink of the Kattegat Strait. HomeAway gives holidaymakers the option of choosing from a range of spacious apartments and bungalows. Comfort is guaranteed in the lush green surroundings and cosy furnishings provided in Udsholt Strand holiday accommodation.

      Things to do

      -Castles: North Zealand is known for the majestic castles that dot its landscape. It is where the amazing Kronborg Castle is found standing in the tiny city of Elsinore. This magnificent structure was originally constructed in the 1420s and the fact that it still stands centuries later is a testament to its resilience. It has survived fires and other calamities that have robbed it of its lustre but not its grandeur. Apart from being taken away by the beauty and heritage of Kronborg, visitors will love the view over the Kattegat from its towers. In Fredensborg is the gorgeous Fredensborgs Castle where the royalty resides.

      -Museums: Tucked in this northern corner of Denmark is a museum that celebrates the life and works of one of the country’s most popular authors; Karen Blixen. The writer of the timeless classic ‘Out of Africa’ is immortalised in the Karen Blixen Museet in Rungsted. Art lovers are book holiday homes in Udsholt Strand and other North Zealand localities to be close to the Louisiana Museum of Contemporary Art where thousands of pieces by artists ranging from the great Picasso to upcoming painters are displayed.

      -Beaches: North Zealand’s north coast is referred to as the Danish Riviera and visitors will find out why as they stroll the soft sands of the Espergaerde Beach. The beauty of the Kattegat’s beaches is that their waters are mild and safe for the entire family to take a dip. They are also dotted with sand dunes blown into shape by the constant winds that sweep onshore. Visitors will also have the pleasure of relaxing on the tranquil fjord beaches which are highly conducive for picnics.

      -Roskilde: To the west of North Zealand visitors will find Denmark’s famous fjords, one of which is Roskilde. It does provide a feast for the eyes with its richly coloured, diverse landscapes populated by different wildlife species. Apart from the natural beauty, Roskilde boasts remains from the Viking Age on its shores. A good many visitors who book holiday rentals in Udsholt Strand are history buffs intent on getting a clearer picture of life during the times of the Vikings by perusing the shipwrecks and the rudimentary tools and utensils used then.

      Weather in Udsholt Strand

      The weather in these parts is mostly mild. Temperatures in the hottest summer days exceed 20°C by a degree or two at most. These low temperatures can be attributed to North Zealand’s geographical position and the constant cool breeze that blows in from the sea. The hot season can also be quite wet as August is the second rainiest month on the Udsholt Strand calendar.

      Travel to Udsholt Strand

      With the Danish capital being just about 30 miles south, most visitors to North Zealand will book a flight to the Kastrup Airport in Copenhagen. This is the country’s busiest airport and so finding a ticket won’t be difficult. From there they can easily get to their Udsholt Strand holiday homes by train.