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the Danish South Sea in Denmark - Rent a holiday home in with DanCenter

the Danish South Sea in Denmark - Rent a holiday home in with DanCenter

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House no: 35082Bagenkop16 persons,  270 m²Animals are allowed.300 m to coast.Holiday cottage approx. 300 m from the ocean located on a large plot at the cosy holiday area Bagenkop. The house is very spacious and well dimensioned. Dining/living room is tastefully furnished with a stereo with CD player, flat screen TV, ...House no: 15352Stoense4 persons,  67 m²Animals are allowed.80 m to coast.House no: 40630Bukkemose8 persons,  110 m²Animals are allowed.300 m to coast.House no: 66953Ristinge6 persons,  92 m²Pets are not allowed.750 m to coast.House no: 53644Bukkemose6 persons,  114 m²Pets are not allowed.680 m to coast.Holiday cottage with whirlpool and sauna overlooking the scenic nature area and with a small view of the ships on the ocean. The large windows provide an amazing light. 3 bedrooms, bedroom with 2-persons whirlpool and sauna, underfloor heating ...House no: 53142Rudkøbing6 persons,  149 m²Pets are not allowed.50 m to coast.

All around Langeland and Funen there are hundreds of small islands forming what is called the Archipelago of South Funen – a world of small communities, an incredible paradise. Here you will find a wonderful, relaxed holiday atmosphere combined with a lot of exciting activities. Everywhere you can admire the sight of the small, half-timbered cottages, and here you get the feeling that time has stopped – just the ideal place for relaxation and holiday. The smiling, green islands are a paradise for bike lovers. Many visitors come by boat, but there are also ferryboats from one island to another. Ærø, Lyø, Avernakø or Drejø – all of them have the most charming, small port with a cosy atmosphere.

If you wish to visit the Archipelago of South Funen you can make use of the path called Øhavsstien (path of the Archipelago of South Funen), one of the longest and most beautiful trails in Denmark for hikers. It will take you through amazing nature areas to villages, market towns and fantastic manor houses.

Ærø The best way to get to know this island is on your bike. From one end of the island to the other there are 25 km with small, charming villages and hilltops with an amazing view to the sea. You must visit Marstal Maritime Museum or admire the bottle ships at Flaske Peter’s place. (Bottle Ship Peter). Do not miss a walk in the narrow, winding streets of Ærøskøbing with their tiny houses or a walk along the beach with its colourful beach huts.

Langeland This island with the most wonderful nature has many different sandy beaches, fine fishing possibilities and the great “Tomb of King Humble”, an unusual, prehistoric find from the Stone Age. You must also visit the various farm shops and the wild horses in Bagenkop.