Make a holiday home in Limfjord Area your home away from home
Those looking for an unforgettable holiday in the North of Europe where they’ll be surrounded by natural beauty in the form of scenic beaches and lovely landscapes teeming with wildlife need to make North Jutland their destination of choice. Here they’ll also get a chance to immerse themselves in Danish culture, sampling seafood and other delicacies like they’ve never had them before. A good number of the tourists looking to explore this part of the Jutland Peninsula book holiday homes in Limfjord Area. There are a myriad options for holidaymakers to choose from as there are bungalows and apartments of different sizes and boasting various unique features. These Limfjord Area holiday rentals are surrounded by rich greenery and a number of them have swimming pools and saunas to guarantee visitors relaxation and peace of mind.
Things to do
-Zoo: While in Aalborg, Denmark’s fourth-largest city, holidaymakers will have the joy of encountering the legendary lions of Africa without crossing the boundaries of Europe. The Aalborg Zoo is especially a great idea for those on holiday with their kids who wish to help them broaden their horizons. They will see both the big cats and other ferocious creatures that roam the open savannas as well as learn a lot about them. Above all, the young ones won’t forget their time with Felix the lovable polar bear.
-Cultural heritage: For anyone captivated by Boerwoulf and other tales of the exploits of the Vikings, a holiday homes in the Limfjord Area offer an added bonus; a close up view of Denmark’s Viking heritage. At Hobro, Logstor and Lindholm Hoje to the north of Aalborg, holidaymakers will find Viking burial grounds and circular stone fortresses. These provide a glimpse into the life of Vikings thousands of years ago as well as marvellous photo ops.
-Beaches: One of the key attractions of Jutland is its magnificent sandy beaches which provide excellent grounds for sunbathing. Given the not-too-scorching temperatures even in summer, holidaymakers can promenade for hours without feeling it. North Jutland is particularly advantaged as it is the point where two seas meet. Visitors can straddle the North Sea and Kattegat, standing over the clear line that demarcates them.
-Water sports: The strong winds that batter the exposed Jutland coastline are more than ideal for surfers. Indeed there are few other places in Europe that offer more conducive conditions for windsurfing. Klitmoller, on the west coast, is particularly favoured. Besides surfing, avid anglers can rent boats and try their luck in the lively blue waters of the North Sea.
-Museums: The Skagens Museum is a feast for history and art buffs as it contains collections of works done by the Skagen artist colony during the 19th century. Artists began arriving in Skagen in 1870 and only stopped at the turn of the century, creating a vibrant community of artists who produced a massive collection of artworks including paintings, sketches, sculptures and ceramics. The museum itself was constructed in1908 and was extended in the 1980s.
Weather in Limfjord Area
Save for the odd wave, temperatures in summer remain in the region of 20°C in this locale. The relatively low temperatures in the traditionally hot months of July and August can be attributed to the cooling effect of the persistent breeze blowing from the North Sea. visitors who arrive in Limfjord Area holiday homes in September or October will find temperatures in the teens, precipitating a winter in which temperatures are just a degree or two above freezing.
Travel to Limfjord Area
Most visitors to this locale will jet into North Jutland via the Aalborg Airport. This facility now handles 20 routes to various European destinations. Those visitors originating from Schengen countries might fancy a long drive, entering Aalborg via the E45 road which runs from Finland to Italy. And tourists headed to Limfjord Area holiday homes from the other Scandinavian nations, Sweden and Norway, can board ferries that will deposit them at Hirtshals or Frederikshavn.