Make a holiday home in Dueodde your home away from home
A holiday on the Baltic island of Bornholm provides the complete holiday experience for the discerning traveller; hikes through lush woodland, bike rides through quaint towns laden with striking monuments from the past and dreamy promenades on sandy beaches. There is also of course a unique culinary experience waiting for tourists there both in a variety of eateries and herring smokehouses. As they savour the remarkable sights, sounds and tastes of this part of Denmark, holidaymakers can look forward to a comfortable stay in holiday homes in Dueodde. This city in Bornholm South is known for its picturesque beaches carpeted in super-fine sand. Staying in the homes provided by HomeAway in this locale will not only guarantee proximity to the sea, it will be the ticket to utter luxury and enjoyment. Dueodde holiday rentals are immaculately furnished and boast a handsome array of features including Internet access.
Things to do
-Beaches: The lovely beaches that line the southern coast of Bornholm are what draw a good many tourists to these parts. Those who rent holiday homes in Dueodde will find these beaches within easy reach, enabling them to enjoy the summer sun without travelling far. The water here is shallow and safe for swimming even for the little ones. Other beaches worth a visit include Balka, Bornholm’s most sought-after slice of coastline and Antoinette, which is further north and promises more seclusion.
-Ancient buildings: Holidaymakers who come to Bornholm South seeking to connect with Danish history will not be disappointed. Here they will find two ancient churches, part of the four found on the island, that boast a unique circular shape. Those hungry for more historical emblems will have to travel to the northern part of the island where they’ll find the ruins of the Hammershus Castle which was constructed in the early 13th century.
-Nature walks: Nature lovers will be glad to learn that Bornholm is home to Denmark’s third-largest forest. Here visitors can wander in the midst of pine trees on a well-marked route that leads to a lofty lookout tower. Along the way they’ll come across Ekkoladen or the Echo Valley and the lush Paradise Hills which are covered in heather moorland. The north of the island hosts stunning rock formations that jut dramatically out of the sea. There are also beautiful nature sites created from reclaimed quarries.
-Museums: In NaturBornholm this island hosts one of Denmark’s most intriguing geological centres. Here visitors will learn how the country’s geology developed over millions of years in interactive indoor and outdoor displays. Bornholm is not just for nature buffs, those who are intrigued by art, both old and contemporary, will find something to tickle their fancy in the Bornholms Kuntsmuseum. This museum-cum-gallery housed in an ultra-modern facility contains works of art dating back to the 1800s. It showcases the best of local artists and is open every day of the week from 10 am to 5pm.
Weather in Dueodde
This locale enjoys the temperate weather typical of most Danish destinations. Even in the hottest summer months, temperatures struggle to rise beyond 20°C. Most people bound for Dueodde holiday homes will nevertheless make bookings for August when averages highs of 21°C area recorded. The rest of the year sees temperatures between 16°C and freezing.
Travel to Dueodde
Though the island of Bornholm boasts its own airport, it usually only receives domestic traffic in the form of Danish Air Transport (DAT) flights from Copenhagen’s Kastrup Airport. It does, however, receive regional airline flights on occasion from Berlin, Oslo and Mallorca. But travellers primarily jet into Denmark via its capital and make their way to Bornholm by domestic flight or ferry.