Where to stay around Tisvilde?

Our 2019 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 533 holiday lettings near Tisvilde. From 526 Houses to 7 Bungalows, find unique self catering accommodation for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best place to stay near Tisvilde for a long holiday or a weekend break is on HomeAway.

Can I rent Houses in Tisvilde?

Yes, of course. HomeAway offers 526 Houses in Tisvilde. Our other popular types of Tisvilde holiday rentals include:

  • Bungalows: 7 self catering accommodations
  • Cabins: 7 self catering accommodations
  • Cottages: 7 self catering accommodations

Can I find a holiday accommodation with pool in Tisvilde?

Yes, you can select your preferred holiday accommodation with pool among our 7 holiday homes with pool available in Tisvilde. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available.

    Make a holiday home in Tisvildeleje-Raageleje Area your home away from home

    What draws many people to North Zealand is its unsurpassed natural beauty seen in lush woodlands and miles of soft-sanded beaches. The proximity of the ‘Danish Riviera’ to Copenhagen makes it convenient to reach as well. Also among this locale’s key attractions are the emblems of its rich cultural heritage seen in intriguing museums and centuries-old landmarks. Visitors will also find samples of the rich artistic heritage Denmark boasts in the museums. While they feast their eyes and camera lenses on North Zealand’s touristic offerings, they can treat themselves to the luxury of Tisvildeleje-Raageleje Area holiday accommodation provided by HomeAway. They will enjoy retreating every evening to the cosy timber bungalows constructed in typical Danish design surrounded by flowery gardens and clusters of trees. Facilities such as Internet access and parking come as standard with most holiday homes in Tisvildeleje-Raageleje Area.

    Things to do

    -Relics from the past: The Kronborg Castle in the town of Elsinore is one of North Zealand’s brightest touristic gems. This stunning piece of architecture was finished towards the end of the 16th century and has been meticulously preserved over the centuries. While the elaborate towers dazzle from outside, the royal tapestries hanging in the Great Hall make the interior as captivating. A trip east to Fredensborg will reveal another architectural marvel in the form of the Fredensborgs Castle whose construction began in 1720.

    -Art: Lovers of art can visit the Jailhouse Art Gallery or Kunstgalleriet i Arresthuset while still in Fredensborg. But they will no doubt more attracted to the popular Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. Right from its beautiful park where abstract sculptures are planted on manicured lawns, visitors will encounter diverse forms of art. Artists, both local and international, renowned and upcoming, have works on display here. Other than viewing paintings and the like, visitors can watch films and listen to concerts at this venue.

    -Oresund Coast: Those who book holiday homes in Tisvildeleje-Raageleje Area expecting to spend hours by the sea will travel east to the Oresund Coast where they’ll find some lovely beaches such as Espergaerde Beach. Here they can stroll by the waters or just bask. While in this locale they should take the trouble to find the Oresund Aquarium, especially for those travelling as a family. It is a chance to learn about life under the waters of Denmark’s seas and fjords.

    -Sports: Lovers of golf will be glad they chose to holiday in North Zealand. The area is awash with excellent courses where both seasoned players and beginners can perfect their swing. Adrenaline junkies can try their hand at hang gliding (lessons are available for novices) and avid surfers can take advantage of the formidable winds for a spot of windsurfing.

    -Food and drink: Even if they decide never to set foot in the kitchens of their Tisvildeleje-Raageleje Area self-catering holiday homes, visitors’ gastronomic needs will be more than taken care of by the plenteous eateries in North Zealand. From classy gourmet restaurants to your run-of-the-mill burger house; tourists will find their needs fully catered to without them having to burst their budget. Menus are diverse as well; apart from fast food, Chinese, Italian and traditional Danish cuisine are served.

    Weather in Tisvildeleje-Raageleje Area

    Summer visitors to North Zealand can expect mildly warm temperatures averaging at about 22°C. Holidaying here in June or September is also not a bad idea as the temperatures are just slightly lower- between 17 and 19°C. In July and August, relatively warm as it might be, there is the odd chance of showers.

    Travel to Tisvildeleje-Raageleje Area

    The Copenhagen Airport being 20 or miles away, visitors only really need to worry about booking a ticket to the Danish capital. And these can be easily obtained throughout the year as this is the country’s busiest airport. On arrival, should they choose to travel by road, holidaymakers will be in their Tisvildeleje-Raageleje Area holiday homes within an hour or so.