Make a holiday home in Roedby Region your home away from home
All those looking for a quiet rural retreat carpeted in acres of woodland and greenery and also interspersed with ancient towns should make plans for a holiday in the Lolland-Faster region of Denmark. These islands are also known to have beautiful white-sanded beaches from which the summer sunshine can be enjoyed and from which visitors can engage in water sports. It is essentially a place where holidaymakers can seek peace of mind in natural surroundings. A holiday home in Roedby Region is an ideal base from which to explore the islands of Lolland, Falster and Moen. The accommodation here supplied by HomeAway comes in the form of charming bungalows sitting amid lush lawns and fringed by dense woodland. Visitors staying in these Roedby Region holiday homes will wake up to crisp morning air and birds chirping. They’ll also enjoy cosy furniture and a host of great facilities.
Things to do
-Amusement park: One of the attractions holidaymakers in Roedby Region holiday rentals will be able to enjoy without travelling far is the Lalandia Holiday Centre. This is really a collection of diverse activities geared towards a day full of fun and laughter for the entire family. Among the facilities here are a skating rink, a water park complete with all sorts of slides, a miniature golf course and a bowling alley. Restaurants are available for that much needed bite after hours at play.
-Wild outdoors: There are several activities that those staying in Roedby Region holiday homes can engage in during the day, given the not-too-hot summer temperatures that rarely go beyond 22°C. Keen anglers can obtain a fishing permit, grab their fishing gear, and a warden, and set out to sea. Lolland’s landscape is laced with well-marked cycling routes and nature lovers can take advantage of them to explore the vast flora. Parachute jumping is available for adrenaline junkies.
-Beaches: The Lolland-Falster area is known for its great beaches that provide tourists with miles of soft sands for dreamy promenades by the Baltic Sea. The Hyldtofte Ostersobad Beach offers holidaymakers a wide sandy stretch that children can play in safely. Another great beach is Kramnitse which is a haven for campers and water sport enthusiasts. Conditions are excellent for kite and windsurfing and one can also fish here. Access for the handicapped is provided.
-Museums: Those interested in art or history will be thrilled with the selection of museums in this region. Tucked away in a forest on the outskirts of the town of Holeby is a brilliant little gallery that features the works of painter Jorgen Thomsen; the Galleri Collage. Similar to it is the Gallery Skovhuset which is set in lush natural surroundings. It holds a robust collection of sculptures and paintings by Danish and international artists. To find out about Lolland-Falster’s history in sugar production, visitors need to stop by the Danmarks Sukkermuseum.
-Food and drink: There are numerous places where visitors can appease their appetites with the finest Danish offerings. Nakskov is a tourist favourite because of its excellent cuisine as well as the sublime sea views patrons enjoy as they dine. For a diner that is surrounded by woodland, holidaymakers can try Bangs Have.
Weather in Roedby Region
Even in July and August, traditionally the hottest months in Europe, this region doesn’t get hot. Temperatures average at a very tolerable 21°C at this time of year, encouraging holidaymakers to indulge in any number of outdoor rigours. Rainfall averages a steady 30mm throughout the year so there is a chance of showers even in summer.
Travel to Roedby Region
There is an airport, the Maribo, or Lolland-Falster Airport just about 2 miles from Roedby and there is an airport on which chartered planes can land in Holeby. However, most visitors will jet in through Denmark’s main international gateway, the Copenhagen Airport. From here they can cover the remaining 200km to their Roedby Region holiday homes by train. The train stops at the town of Maribo.