Make a holiday home in Nykobing Area your home away from home
Denmark’s largest island, Zealand, is a haven for savvy travellers, boasting a wealth of incredible attractions including striking buildings constructed centuries ago, beautiful, tranquil beaches that lead to laid back fishing villages as well as a number of interesting museums. North Zealand is where visitors will find majestic medieval castles hidden amid lush forests which are dotted with lovely staid lakes. As they explore these attractions, visitors will find convenient holiday accommodation in Nykobing Area. HomeAway has a great selection of apartments and villas in this locale, most of which are tucked in the midst of verdant woodland. The homes are constructed in traditional Danish design and feature a lot of timber usage. They are also built to let guests enjoy as much of the summer sunshine as possible while indoors. Some of these Nykobing Area holiday homes come with extras like saunas and swimming pools.
Things to do
-Beaches: Zealand’s north coast has a number of great beaches, especially the ones along Oresund Coast. Holidaymakers congregate at sandy stretches such as the Espergaerde Beach to soak up as much of the mild sunshine as they can. The towns of Hornbaek, Tisvildeleje and Liseje have the best beaches with fine white sand and waters that are mild and safe for swimming. Visitors staying in Nykobing Area holiday homes will also want to take advantage of the shallow waters and picnic-ready beaches beside the Isefjord and Roskilde fjords.
-Ancient landmarks: Among the popular sites in North Zealand are the magnificent castles that dot the landscape. One of them is the Frederiksborg Castle in the provincial town of Hillerod. The elaborate towers of this beautiful structure jut out of the dense greenery of the Grib Forest and overlook the calm waters of the Esrum Lake. Another is the equally arresting Kronborg Castle which is situated in the town of Elsinore which was constructed in the 16th century. It holds some of Hans Kniper’s royal tapestries.
-Museums: Those who appreciate fine art should make a point of visiting the impressive Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. Situated in the town of Humblaek, it is said to be Denmark’s most visited museum. And with at least six major exhibitions of contemporary art annually, it’s not hard to see why. The works on display inside and outside this facility are captivating sculptures and paintings by both established names and upcoming artists. The Danish Maritime Museum is a place visitors staying in Nykobing Area holiday rentals can easily visit. There is also a museum dedicated to famous author Karen Blixen in Horsholm.
-Food and drink: The variety available to North Zealand visitors in terms of gastronomy is astounding. Here one can get anything from French haute cuisine to Chinese specialities to traditional Danish cooking. It really just depends on holidaymakers’ tastes, willingness to experiment and budget. For harbour-front dining at reasonable prices, visitors should try the No. 22 Bistro in Oresund Coast. Here they can tuck into Danish delights while enjoying soothing scenery. Fast food outlets are usually the most pocket friendly. In places like Appetitten and Center Grill holidaymakers can get burgers and sandwiches.
Weather in Nykobing Area
This part of Zealand enjoys reasonably warm summers and so those booked into Nykobing Area holiday homes between June and August will enjoy temperatures averaging above 20°C. Though this is also the wettest time of year for North Zealand, rainfall averages do not surpass 40mm. Holidaying here in September is also not a bad idea as temperatures still remain above 17°C. Winter temperatures however sometimes dip below freezing.
Travel to Nykobing Area
Visitors to these parts will likely take a flight to Copenhagen and then proceed to North Zealand by road or by rail. The E47/E55 motorway connects Copenhagen to Elsinore and there is a railway line that runs from Helsingborg to North Zealand that passes through the Danish capital.