Make a holiday home in Lolland your home away from home
The island of Lolland in southern Denmark offers holidaymakers a lovely mix of attractions. However, nature lovers and those looking for a secluded beachside retreat will enjoy their time in Lolland the most. It is a largely rural locale characterised by lush green plains dotted with quiet lakes and laced with scenic biking trails. Visitors will also want to spend time beside Lolland’s pretty fjords. Holiday homes in Lolland mainly consist of low bungalows with high roofs set amid carpets of crisp lawns. Inside they will find cosy contemporary fittings bathed in plenteous sunshine streaming in from massive windows. They will also find such exciting extras as saunas and swimming pools. Also among the holiday rentals in Lolland on offer by HomeAway are apartments with ample parking.
Things to do
-Biking: Holidaymakers can hire mountain bikes and take on the various easy-to-ride trails Lolland offers. Cycling through the Ravsnsby Bakker, visitors will be spellbound by the splendour of Mother Nature, and even more so as they circumvent tranquil lakes in the Maribo Nature Park. Nature lovers will have over 650km of well-demarcated trails to enjoy. While out in the bosom of Lolland’s gentle green valleys dotted with apple tree plantations, visitors will come across various bird species.
-Wildlife: To complete the feel of being out in the wild, a visit to the Knuthenborg Safaripark is recommended. It is a zoo in which you’ll find animals that usually roam the savannahs of Africa or the monsoon jungles of Asia. Residents of Lolland holiday homes will have the chance to be within touching distance of a variety of animals like wolves, tigers, bears, zebra and more. All in all there are over a thousand animals enclosed in the 500 hectares of the park. They’ll also be in the midst of rare plant life.
-Food and drink: Residents of Lolland self-catering holiday rentals will find that they have quite a selection at their disposal when they decide to eat out. They will have places like Restaurant Bandholm where they can enjoy affordable buffet. For seaside dining they can try the Fjorden restaurant which commands incredible views and sits close to Hestehovedet, a popular beach. at the Panya Thai tourists can enjoy great food and company without much damage to their budget.
-Cultural heritage: While in the Lolland-Falster area visitors can get a taste of what life was like centuries ago in the time of the Vikings with a tour of The Medivalcenter Museum. Apart from being entertained with re-enactments of life in the Middle Ages, holidaymakers, both young and old, can eat food the way it was prepared by the Danes of yore in the centre’s restaurant. It is a great place from which to gather information about this period. In the Fuglsang Art Museum artworks dating back to the 18th century can be admired.
-Amusement centres: For an afternoon of high-speed fun, those staying in Lolland holiday rentals can make their way to the town of Marielyst where they can spend an afternoon at the Go-Kart circuit. They could also treat themselves to a session of paintball.
Weather in Lolland
Those making their way to Lolland holiday homes in the summer months of July and August can expect temperatures averaging about 21°C. These are not your ideal tanning temperatures, but there is still plenty of sunshine to enjoy. Autumn and spring temperatures hover between 10 and 17°C while winter sees averages ranging between 8 and 0°.
Travel to Lolland
The easiest flights to book when going to holiday in these parts are those that land in the Danish capital so most visitors usually make the Copenhagen Airport their first port of call. The 200km between this city and Lolland can be covered by train using the local ‘Lollandsbanen’ railway line. Those heading to Lolland holiday rentals can get off at Maribo. With trains departing every hour, tourists won’t have to wait long at the station.