Make a holiday home in Roenne your home away from home
A visit to an island like Bornholm is something every savvy traveller will want to do in their lifetime. This Baltic isle is a place of immense beauty boasting beaches that can rival those in any Mediterranean destination. In all Denmark there is no place that receives more sunlight than Bornholm and seeing the pure light against the sugary white sands that cover the coastline simply incredible. A holiday home in Roenne will put visitors in the perfect location to enjoy the beaches and other treasures of Bornholm South. They will also give holidaymakers the ideal setting for the relaxation they crave with their beautiful green gardens and cosy, stylish furnishings. HomeAway has a number of lovely holiday apartments in Roenne as well as charming timber houses for Bornholm-bound holidaymakers.
Things to do
-Beaches: Sun and sand is one of Bornholm South’s strong points and visitors will find a number of great beaches from which to revel in the summer sunshine, of which this locale receives more than any other Danish location. The city of Dueodde draws many tourists from Germany, Poland and other Scandinavian countries for this reason. The ultra-fine white sands and clear waters of the Dueodde Beach create an inviting paradise for sunbathers as well as water sport enthusiasts. Balka is another great beach in this part of Denmark.
-Nature: To enjoy the nature trails of Denmark’s third-largest forest visitors will need to a travel a few kilometres north. As they wander or cycle through the pine trees they will come across the Echo Valley or Ekkodalen which happens to be Bornholm’s largest fault valley. They will also be able to enjoy breathtaking panoramas from the island’s highest point, Rytterknaegten where there is an observation tower. Those not satisfied can continue further up to the north coast where amazing rock formations await them.
-Culture: For a taste of authentic Danish village culture, and for fresh supplies for their Roenne self-catering holiday rentals, holidaymakers will want to pay a visit to the town of Svaneke. It sits on the eastern reaches of Bornholm and is one of the island’s best-preserved towns. Its traditions have also stood the test of time, including the weekly market. Visitors will want to hit Svaneke on Saturday to buy fresh veggies, battered fish, works of art and a host of other items while rubbing shoulders with locals and listening to live music.
-Artistic Bornholm: Without travelling far from their Roenne holiday homes holidaymakers will be able to see evidence of Bornholm’s reputation as a haven for artisans in the Bornholm Ceramics Museum, located in this city. There are artisan workshops all over the island which will allow visitors to walk in and see how unique, handmade items are produced. At the Bornholm Art Museum one can see the works of Weie, Rude, Isakson and other products of the Bornholm School.
-Historic Bornholm: A number of ancient landmarks are housed by this Baltic island including the famous ‘round churches’. These are four churches scattered over Bornholm that boast a unique cylindrical shape and distinctive white walls and black roofs. They are found in the villages of Osterlars, Olsker, Nylars and Nyker and were built as not just places of worship, but as fortresses for military defence.
Weather in Roenne
The weather in this part of Bornholm is slightly warmer than your average Danish town or city. Those who take up residents in Roenne holiday homes in the summer, between July and August will enjoy averages of 22°C. There are chances of showers during this time but with rainfall averages being at just about 40mm, this should not interfere with one’s holiday.
Travel to Roenne
While the Bornholm Airport is just 3 miles from Roenne, it will not be the first port of call for those flying in from outside Denmark. Visitors will likely jet in through the Kastrup Airport in Copenhagen and if they can, take a domestic flight to the Bornholm Airport. Lucky for holidaymakers destined for Roenne holiday homes, this city has a ferry harbour and so they won’t be far from home when they arrive by ferry from Koge.