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The Eckwarden & Eckwarderhörne area is located close to the North Sea coast in the Lower Saxony area of Germany. A popular place to visit for German and foreign tourists alike, it still escapes the clutches of mass tourism. Instead of high rise hotels, a holiday rental house in Eckwarden & Eckwarderhörne is the preferred accommodation choice. Offering all the comforts of home including cable TV and a fully fitted and equipped kitchen, couples, families and even groups of friends will enjoy their holiday in Eckwarden & Eckwarderhörne.
There are a number of activities that are possible to take part in during a stay at self catering accommodation in Eckwarden & Eckwarderhörne. A trip to the north lagoon provides the perfect opportunity to take a swim, and cycling and hiking are also pleasant ways to spend an afternoon or two. A nearby leisure park also has many facilities that can be taken advantage of, such as white-water rafting, water slides and swimming pools.
For those people that are prepared to travel a little, there are many places of interest that can be visited in the Lower Saxony region during a holiday in Eckwarden & Eckwarderhörne. Two of the major cities, are Hanover and Hamburg. Although heavily damaged during the second world war, Hanover has a number of attractions such as the Great Garden of Herrenhausen, Castle Marienburg, and the Hanover Zoo which is often classed as one of the best in the world. Hamburg is slightly closer to the holiday rental house in Eckwarden & Eckwarderhörne, and is also certainly worthy of a day trip. Noted city attractions here include a handful of museums such as the Kunsthalle and the Chilehaus building which is designed in the unique shape of a ship.
Due to its position on the coast, it is possible to take a holiday in Eckwarden & Eckwarderhörne at any time of year in order to enjoy the good, clean sea air. That said, due to its oceanic climate, the summer months are certainly better in terms of the weather. June, July and August are the warmest months, with day time average highs of over 20 degrees Celsius. The winter months by contrast offer day time highs of 3 degrees. Rainfall is spread pretty evenly throughout the year, with less than 70mm falling per month.
The best airport to consider using for those people planning a stay in a holiday rental house in Eckwarden & Eckwarderhörne is Hamburg Airport (HAM). The oldest German airport still in use today, it has connections with many major cities from Europe and further afield. Holidaymakers from the UK might like to consider British Airways flights which leave from London Heathrow (LHR) on a regular basis. Car rental is available at the airport for those that require it.