Make a holiday home in Costal Area your home away from home
The Jutland peninsula is one of the most beautiful parts of Denmark and boasts an idyllic landscape covered in acres of lush green vegetation divided by slithering melt water flowing into staid fjords. To further titillate visitors are displays of ancient Viking artefacts that tell a story thousands of years old. The city of Aarhus provides another attraction for visitors to the eastern part of the peninsula, furnishing them with a unique cultural experience. Holidaymakers can also look forward to comfort and luxury in Costal Area holiday homes. They will be able to smell the breath of the North Sea from their beachfront villas and pass the hours with pool games or relaxing in a swimming pool. Those who have to stay connected to the world can book Costal Area holiday homes with Internet access.
Things to do
-Aarhus: There is plenty for tourists to see and do in Denmark’s second largest city. Other than the lovely welcome from the residents of the ‘City of Smiles’, visitors can partake of the cultural offerings available here in the form of theatrical performances. Movie enthusiasts can look forward to both independent and European cinema as well as more mainstream films. As they amble through the city streets visitors will encounter architectural gems such as the Town Hall or Radhuset.
-Art: While still in Aarhus art enthusiasts will want to pass by the impressive ARoS Aarhus Art Museum. It is one of Europe’s standout art museums and features eye-popping architecture, the highlight of which is a circular glass strip known as the rainbow panorama. As the name suggests, visitors can enjoy 360° panoramas as they walk through the tube-like structure. And while up there holidaymakers can enjoy a sumptuous meal at the rooftop restaurant.
-Museums: For a rundown through Danish prehistory, residents of Costal Area holiday homes will want to visit the Moesgaard Museum. Among the key attractions of this museum are two finds from the Iron Age. Anyone interested in finding out more about the legendary Vikings will want to visit the Aarhus Viking Museum. Though not grand, it has a number of interesting exhibits, and entry is free. For more on how the Danes of yore lived in centuries past, the Danmarks Industrimuseum in Horsens is a must-visit.
-Hiking: With the endless green landscape of East Jutland before them, few holidaymakers will be able to resist a spot of hiking. This is where the Mols Bjerge National Park is located and here hikers will enjoy walking by fjords and lush greenery.
-Ancient buildings: The Vor Frue Kirke Church is an interesting place for residents of holiday homes in Costal Area to visit as they will find a crypt church in its basement that dates back to 1060. This is arguably the oldest church in all Scandinavia. The world’s oldest high school is contained in the beautiful Aarhus Domkirke cathedral, which itself is some eight centuries old.
Weather in Costal Area
The mild weather of Jutland makes it ideal for any number of outdoor activities during summer. Temperatures in the regular holiday months of July and August average at 22°C; not scorching but still nice and warm. There is, however, quite a bit of rainfall in July, Jutland’s wettest month.
Travel to Costal Area
There are a number of airports in Jutland that holidaymakers headed to holiday rentals in Costal Area can use. Among the less distant is the Aarhus Airport. Visitors from other European cities could arrange to jet in through the country’s main Copenhagen airport and connect to East and Central Jutland by train or bus.