Make a holiday home in Bornholm North your home away from home
Cherished by sun and fun-seeking holidaymakers all over Europe, Bornholm is a unique Baltic Sea island that offers the chance to experience something totally new. It brings together Denmark’s most beautiful, rugged landscapes as well as its prettiest stretches of coastline to create an unforgettable holiday. Visitors here will also be immersed in Danish culture, sampling the works of its finest artists and tasting its culinary secrets. Historians will be astounded by the wealth of ruins and ancient towns. Awaiting tourists to these parts are luxurious holiday homes in Bornholm North. These spacious villas and apartments provided by HomeAway cater to the needs of different sizes of groups while offering them unparalleled comfort. At guests’ disposal will be such facilities as swimming pools, tennis courts and Internet access. Bornholm North holiday rentals offer holidaymakers the chance to enjoy the summer weather in lush green surroundings.
Things to do
-Nature: Those staying in Bornholm North holiday homes will be in close proximity to Almindingen, Denmark’s third largest forest. This offers the opportunity to nature lovers and those seeking the serenity that comes with being surrounded by dense vegetation to hike or bike into the wild. Trails lead from the rugged, cliffy coastline into the beautiful, verdant valleys and hills. Visitors will want to climb to the island’s highest point, Rytterknaegten, to partake of stunning panoramas. Situated here is an observation tower.
-Historic sites: A trip to Hammerknuden, at the northernmost tip of the island, is well worth the effort as this is where the Hammershus castle ruins are located. Enough remains of this once-mighty structure to give visitors an idea of how it would have looked when construction was completed in the 13th century. Bornholm is also known for its ancient round, whitewashed churches. Two of these are located in the north of the island; Olsker and Ostelars, the largest of them.
-Golf: Those looking for a destination for a golfing holiday should consider Bornholm as it is home to the Nordbornholms Golf Klub Ro. This club has two amazing 18-hole courses surrounded by stunning landscapes and absorbing sea views. Even those not crazy about golf will not want to pass up the chance to stroll in the lush greenery, beside mirror-like lakes while enjoying the clear blue summer skies.
-Towns: There are a number of interesting town in Bornholm worth visiting and Bornholm North holiday home residents will have the beautiful villages of Sandvig and Allinge within easy reach. Here they can enjoy a variety of scenic beaches. A little further on is the village of Hasle which boasts a collection of old herring smokehouses. The main town of this region is Ronne and it is dotted with ancient buildings that survived the World War II bombings.
Weather in Bornholm North
Like the rest of Denmark, visitors to these parts can expect temperate, cool climate, even in the heart of summer. The peak tourist months of July and August see average highs top off at 20°C. They should also expect showers as August is Bornholm’s wettest month. Booking holiday homes in Bornholm North for June or September is not a bad idea as temperatures average at a reasonably warm 17°C. Plus they won’t have to contend with summer crowds at the beaches.
Travel to Bornholm North
The only international airport in these parts is the Bornholm Airport whose traffic mostly consists of Danish Air Transport (DAT) flights from Copenhagen. But holidaymakers booked into Bornholm North holiday homes who originate from Berlin, Oslo or Mallorca can find direct flights to this airport. Visitors coming from Germany or Poland can access Bornholm via ferry.