Make a holiday home in Nekseloe Bay your home away from home
Anyone looking fascinated by the past conquests of the Vikings will do well to make West Zealand their next holiday destination. In this part of Denmark they’ll find more than they bargained for as they’ll be able to find historical treasures dating back to the Stone Age. There is an abundance of museums and breathtaking landmarks that call to mind life in medieval times. Besides that West Zealand is covered in beautiful green landscapes that are refreshed by rivers, streams and picturesque lakes. Nekseloe Bay holiday homes are planted in the midst of these lush green expanses, offering travellers the peace of mind they need. They are also spacious and thoughtfully furnished to guarantee comfort. In addition visitors can take advantage of the Internet access provided in some Nekseloe Bay holiday rentals to stay connected to the world.
Things to do
-Nature: There are many places in West Zealand where hiking enthusiasts can be one with nature while challenging themselves physically. The Hov Vig nature reserve is rich in flora and fauna, including a selection of bird species. It is laced with many trails for both walkers and bikers. Another great hiking location in this area is the Rosnaes Peninsula which will see visitors traverse the cliffs that characterise the coastline. Other green areas worth a hike include the Kalve Bog and the Ladegards Woods.
-Museums: Among the museums Nekseloe Bay holiday home residents will want to visit is the Holbaek Museum whose wealth of exhibits includes those dated back to the Stone Age. And while they’re in the town of Holbaek they may as well see the Holbaek Castle or Holbaek Slot which was built in 1236. The museum most tourists to these parts will be keen on seeing is the Viking Ship Museum on the Roskilde Fjord.
-Ancient monuments: Still in Holbaek is another castle from medieval times; the Løvenborg Castle in which captivating plays are staged occasionally. A trip to the western extreme of this locale is worth it as this is where the town of Kalundborg is situated and in it are two interesting landmarks; the Kaalund Monastery which was originally built in 1239, and one of the first village churches after the reformation, the 1547 Raklev Church.
-Food and drink: Holidaymakers in Nekseloe Bay self-catering holiday rentals will probably not feel the need to cook with the abundance of eateries in the West Zealand locale. Regardless of their budget they can still enjoy a finger-liking meal. At the Restaurant Beijing they can enjoy a catalogue of Chinese delicacies at very reasonable prices. On the days they feel like going all out, visitors can visit the Bryghuse No.5 where they’ll be treated to sizzling Danish specialities.
Weather in Nekseloe Bay
This locale experiences the typically cool weather of most other northern European locales. The hottest it gets is around 21°C in August. Holidaymakers mostly seek refuge in Nekseloe Bay holiday accommodation between June and August to enjoy this slightly warmer weather. But August also receives the most rainfall in this region so holidaymakers would be wise to cater for rainy days.
Travel to Nekseloe Bay
The closest international airport to Nekseloe is Denmark’s main airport, the Kastrup Airport. Visitors from practically any corner of Europe should be able to get a direct flight to this facility. On arrival they can get to their Nekseloe Bay holiday homes via train. There are trains that leave for West Zealand every hour or so from the Copenhagen central station.