Make a holiday home in Hasle your home away from home
Many tourists know Bornholm as the island of light as it receives the most hours of sunlight in al Denmark. It is a Baltic Sea island that boasts a wonderfully diverse landscape featuring a beautifully rugged coastline with stretches of fine white sand as well as verdant hills and dense forests. Interspersed therein are the unique glacial rock formations that make Bornholm a must-visit for the geology enthusiast. Colourful seaside towns and ubiquitous smokehouses make the experience all the more unforgettable. For accommodation visitors to the northern part of this island with book holiday homes in Hasle. A number of these luxurious dwellings are on the seafront overlooking the harbour and the endless azure waters of the Baltic. With HomeAway Hasle holiday rentals visitors are not only assured of an ideal location, they will enjoy lavish furnishings as well as features such as Internet access.
Things to do
-Historical ruins: One of the hidden gems of Bornholm North is the Hammershus Castle, or at least what’s left of the structure constructed in 1200 by the archbishop of Lund. It really is a journey back in time through the time of medieval wars right back to the age of the pillaging Vikings. Bornholm was an important trading town, being a sort of supply centre of herring, evidence of which is seen in the numerous smokehouses that dot seaside towns. Bornholm North also has a number of the striking round churches found around the island.
-Cultural experience: Most of Bornholm’s visitors cannot resist a trip east to the town of Svaneke. This town has managed to remain unchanged over the centuries and many age-old practices are still upheld, including the weekly market. In summer the market is held twice a week; on Wednesday and Saturday. Residents of Hasle holiday rentals can use this opportunity to purchase supplies in terms of fresh produce. Apart from organic fruits and vegetables, they can also buy fish and sausages. They can also buy items of clothing as well as footwear.
-Nature: The island of Bornholm is home to Denmark’s third largest forest; Almindingen. Visitors can explore the natural beauty in this forest and the rest of the island as they cycle through well-marked routes. Along the way holidaymakers will encounter a large fault valley called Ekkoladen and also climb to Bornholm’s highest point. They’ll also have the joy of promenading through the lush Paradise Hills, surrounded by forests and moorland. Hasle holiday homes are situated in Bornholm North where there are intriguing rock formations off the seashore in Hammerknuden.
-Beaches: Bornholm offers holidaymakers a variety of beaches where they can enjoy the summer sun in relative seclusion. The north coast of the island is rugged and not so much for sunbathers as it is for nature lovers looking for interesting rock formations or daring cliff divers. For beaches with Mediterranean-like conditions visitors will want to travel to the south of Bornholm. In Dueodde they will find swathes of fine white sand where they can freely bask.
-Food and drink: This locale is known for one thing when it comes to gastronomic matters; herring. Visitors can feast on these and other traditional Bornholm delicacies in such nearby establishments as Cafe Provianten. At the classy Stammershalle Badehotel patrons dine on fine Scandinavian specialities helped down with excellent wine.
Weather in Hasle
The climatic conditions in this locale are slightly warmer than what you’ll get in most other parts of Denmark. Summer visitors will enjoy temperatures averaging at around 22°C though there are also chances of showers during this time of year. Temperatures dip slightly in September but remain conducive for holidaying at 18°C.
Travel to Hasle
Most of Bornholm’s visitors will fly into Denmark via the Copenhagen Airport which is about 90 miles from this island. A number of travellers will fly from here to the Bornholm Airport in the town of Ronne to cover this distance. A few international flights land in this airport as well including some originating from Berlin and Oslo.