Make a holiday home in Nakskov Region your home away from home
The Baltic Sea island of Lolland is a must-visit for any savvy traveller. Apart from being a connection point between Denmark and Germany, this island is a treasure trove of attractions. Nature lovers will relish biking through Lolland’s lush green landscapes that are interspersed with lakes and home to numerous bird species. The island also borders the picturesque Nakskov Fjord and boasts some lovely beaches for those keen on basking. Nakskov Region holiday homes provide visitors with not only with a place to put their head, but extreme luxury, space and privacy. HomeAway offers visitors simple, inviting bungalows that are set in lovely lawns and surrounded by all kinds of trees. These holiday homes in Nakskov have equipment designed to make life easier including dishwashers and washer dryers.
Things to do
- Museums: Without having to travel far from their place of accommodation holidaymakers can visit one very interesting museum; the Danmarks Sukkermuseum. This interactive museum offers guests a movie in which they can learn about the history of sugar. There are several other museums in this area that are worth a visit including the Maribo Open Air Museum and the Stifts Museum. To the south of Lolland, in the city of Rodby is the Amber Museum.
-Monuments: In the town of Maribo sits a chapel known as Maribo Domkirke which, though small, packs a powerful punch. Its position near the lake gives it a tranquil aura and the ruins next to it give it the feel of belonging to another age. Visitors can walk inside and explore the interior and also amble through the cemetery in its yard.
-Old towns: There are sections of towns in Lolland that will take one back to medieval times. This includes the Bagtorvet Area in Maribo which is lined with buildings put up in the 17th and 18th centuries. A trip to the east of Lolland will bring travellers to the laid back rural town of Sakskobing where time seems to stand still. There are no industries here and its population stands at a meagre 5,000. Its landmarks include a lovely medieval church and a uniquely painted water tower.
-Food and drink: Staying in Nakskov Region self-catering holiday rentals does not have to mean plenty of cooking. Indeed, holidaymakers can grasp the opportunity to sample the offerings of the eateries in this area. They won’t need to go beyond the boundaries of Nakskov to find such places as the Lido Cafeteria & Steak House or Claus & Kristina Spisehus. For Italian cuisine one needs to travel to the town of Maribo where they’ll find amazing pizza and pastas.
Weather in Nakskov Region
Nakskov showcases the typical temperate weather found in most parts of Denmark characterised by mild, if not cool, summers and winters with temperatures in single digits, hovering just above freezing. Unsurprisingly most travellers book Nakskov Region holiday homes for when it is hottest- between July and August. Temperatures then average at 21°C. Rainfall, though averaging a relatively low 30mm, is consistent throughout the year.
Travel to Nakskov Region
This region can be reached by train from the Danish capital in just about two and a half hours. Travellers therefore catch a flight to the Kastrup Airport and then head to the railway station where they board EuroCity trains which run all the way to Hamburg. The trains are available every hour.