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South Zealand is known for its dramatic white cliffs that drop down into the Baltic and which border lush forests and verdant landscapes. There are few more rewarding places in which to hike. Its towns provide an ideal place from which to immerse oneself into Danish culture, given their adherence to age-old traditions. Here one will be treated to traditional Danish delicacies prepared the way they have been cooked over centuries. Traces of medieval life can be seen all over. Boege Stream holiday homes provide the perfect base from which to explore this beautiful locale while enjoying an authentic Danish experience. These charming timber bungalows offered by HomeAway are set in lovely gardens, tucked amid an assortment of trees. Inside their Boege Stream holiday rentals visitors will find cosy, modern furniture and fittings.
-Sightseeing: Dotted with quaint medieval towns, South Zealand provides just the place for exploratory ambling. Koge, for instance, has a well-preserved medieval town centre where visitors will find rows of charming, brightly coloured houses. It is almost the same in the city of Nykobing at whose heart a 14th century medieval centre lies. The town of Stege also boasts many ancient houses and a visit to Vordingborg will reveal the ruins of a medieval castle.
-Natural wonders: One of the most outstanding features of this locale are the breathtaking limestone cliffs of Mons and Stevns. Visitors will have the chance to hike along the 40m high Stevns Cliffs on the Tramptestein, a 21km path. It is the experience of a lifetime, not least because of the stunning sea views the walk affords. A hike up the Mons Cliffs is educational when visitors stop by the GeoCentre Mons Klint. Here they will find a detailed explanation of Denmark’s geological development.
-Wildlife: Those who book holiday homes in Boege Stream are in for a special surprise as they come face to face with Africa and Asia’s most fearsome beasts. At the Knuthenborg Safaripark holidaymakers will get to see tigers, wolves, rhinos as well as elegant giraffes in their natural habitat. It is a huge park that houses over a thousand animals. To see penguins and other exotic creatures tourists can also visit the Guldborgsund Zoo.
-Outdoors: There are a host of activities residents of Boege Stream holiday homes can fill their days with. They could go to nearby stables and hire horses on which to traverse the lush green South Zealand landscapes. Bikes are available for those who would rather travel on two wheels. Visitors can also choose to kayak on the waters of the Baltic close to the coastline.
-Art and culture: Tourists won’t mind consecrating some time to discovering Danish Art and the Fulsgang Art Museum is just the place to start. It is laden with works by renowned Danish artists dating back to the 18th century. A visit to the island of Mon is a treasure hunt for art lovers as there are churches boasting frescoes, some of which are over 500 years old, done by Elmelunde Master.
This locale enjoys excellent mild conditions for most of the year and even as early as May temperatures are already above the 15°C mark. However, most people destined for Boege Stream holiday homes make their way towards South Zealand between June and August when temperatures range between 19 and 22°C. Visitors with such plans should also note that this is the rainiest period as well.
A flight to Copenhagen remains the first option for tourists headed to Danish destinations. Upon arrival at the Kastrup Airport visitors can head to the train station and take a train which uses the E S-train line. The journey will take about 40 minutes.