Make a holiday home in Korsor Area your home away from home
Anyone with an interest in learning more about Vikings simply must pay a visit to West Zealand. This is where relics from that illustrious age and even times before that can be found. This part of Denmark also plays host to some of the country’s prettiest scenery including green hills, stunning fjords and quaint little towns. Art enthusiasts also need to visit this locale as this is where a number of great museums are located. The holiday homes in Korsor Area offered by HomeAway mainly consist of beautiful bungalows built to invite as much of the summer sun as possible. They are surrounded by lush gardens consisting of carpet-like lawns and an assortment of flower bushes. Holidaymakers will find themselves completely relaxed, a world away from all their mundane cares. And just to make sure they will find cosy modern furnishings in their Korsor Area holiday homes.
Things to do
-Museums: For an encounter with the mighty Vikings of yore, visitors will want a tour of the Viking Ship Museum. It is found in Roskilde, the main city of the West Zealand region and is essentially a harbour with reconstructed Viking ships. From the museum’s harbour the Sea Stallion sails in a re-enactment of the raids that used to be carried out in such vessels. Over in Sweden a similar museum exists to preserve this portion is Scandinavian history.
-Landmarks:This is where the famous Roskilde Cathedral is found and holidaymakers will want to set aside time for a tour of this edifice not least because it has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The remains of famous Viking kings are buried here alongside those of many kings and queens who reigned after them. Harold Bluetooth built the first church there long before the year 1000 and since then a number of churches have been built on the site.
-Food and drink: Those staying in Korsor Area holiday rentals can look forward to nice home-made meals cooked with fresh produce from the market. When they are not up to going into the kitchen they can partake of the offerings of Restaurant Beijing or Tuse Cafe and Restaurant if they want authentic Danish cuisine. The beauty is that the options are many.
-Nature: Nature lovers will be glad they chose West Zealand as their holiday destination as they promenade through lush moorland and forests. When they successfully make their way to Odhsered they will enjoy some incredible views. In the east of Nykobing S. Holidaymakers can use a bike or their own two feet to explore the wonders of the Hov Vig which include a wealth of bird species. Hiking paths are available as well. As they enjoy being one with Mother Nature visitors can take part in such activities as angling.
Weather in Korsor Area
Most anyone visiting this locale will want to go in either July or August when temperature averages are above 20°C. Unfortunately the hottest month is usually also the wettest with rainfall being measured at just about 60mm. Holidaying in June or September is not a bad idea as the temperatures are in the upper teens and there is less possibility of showers.
Travel to Korsor Area
While the Roskilde Airport is 42 miles away, most holidaymakers here will arrive through the Kastrup Airport in the Danish capital. They can then hire a vehicle to connect to West Zealand or simply take the more economical train, getting off at the town of Holbaek. Korsor Area holiday home-bound visitors can also use a ferry to get home.