Holiday home: Fur

Holiday home: Fur, the Limfjord's islands, Limfjord, Denmark

Holiday home facilities

6
3
150m²
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no
Incl.
400 m
 
2 bathrooms
 
Washer and dryer
 
Dishwasher
 
Built 1975
 
5.9 km to restaurant
 
5.9 km to grocer's
 
400 m to coast
House no. 08542
House Category: ★★★

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House description

1 living room: Radio, DVD player, free wireless internet, TV
3 bedroom: 1 double bed, 1 double bed, 1 double bed
kitchen area: Electric cooker, fridge w/freezer compartment, cooker hood, coffee maker, dish washer
Bath/WC: Washing machine, dryer, WC, wash basin, shower cubicle, underfloor heating
Bath/WC: WC, wash basin
and: Patio, terrace, garage, electric heating, garden grill, natural plot 3032 m², charming furnishings, holiday home area, non-smoking house

About the holiday home

About the area

About Limfjordens øer

A visit to one of the many islands of the Limfiord means an amazing nature experience. Even if most of the islands are small, you will find very different kinds of nature from island to island. In the following we will give you some ideas and suggestions for a visit to the most interesting islands.

Mors Mors is the biggest island and is connected with Jutland by the Vilsundbroen (bridge) to the north west and by the Sallingsundsbroen (bridge) to the south east. The biggest town of the island is the old and very cosy market town Nykøbing Mors dating back to the 13th century. The island has a fantastic nature, but furthermore a range of exciting attractions and landmarks. The most well-known attraction is Jesperhus, a flower garden, a zoo and a fun city (children’s play area) all in one. On the island you will find museums, churches, local craftsmen and their products and the beautiful Højriis Castle.

Fur Also here on this small island the nature is something special. There are some rather tall hills offering a gorgeous view to the Limfiord, and the northern beach has the famous, steep “moler” (special type of clay) cliffs. The island has also beautiful beaches for swimming and bathing, and if you would like to get to know Fur and its landmarks, you must follow the marked paths (12 km) taking you around the island. On your way you pass by the well-known micro brewery Fur Bryghus where they brew the beer according to the old traditions and methods. You may also visit the Fur Museum to admire the outstanding collection of the 55 million years old fossils found in the “moler”. Fur can only be reached by ferry. The ferry service works each and every day all year round, and it takes only a few minutes to reach the island.

Venø In spite of its smallness Venø has a beautiful and varied nature. There are green fields, steep slopes and lovely areas covered with wood. In the northern part of the island you will find the water area called Nørskov Vig, and here you have an interesting bird life. The reserve is closed to the public from the first of April to the 15th of July. Venø can only be reached by ferry. There is a ferry service all year round, and it takes you to Venø in a few minutes.

About Limfjorden

Rent a holiday home by the Limfjord

The Limfjord is Denmark's largest fjord and connects the North Sea to the Kattegat. On a trip along or on the Limfjord, you will find a wide selection of exciting natural phenomena and cultural attractions. Few people can manage to visit all the attractions along the fjord, but here we´ll give you some suggestions that we hope will inspire you and turn your holiday experience into a great one.

The Vejlerne Nature Reserve
The Vejlerne Nature Reserve is Northern Europe's largest bird sanctuary and consists of approx. 6,000 hectares of low-lying grazing meadows, bamboo forests and brackish lakes. The "Vejlerne" or "Fords" were created in the wake of a failed drainage project. These days, it is a protected paradise for birds and bird lovers.

Eshøj Plantation
Eshøj Plantation is located approximately 4 km from the centre of Thisted. The plantation is a small botanical gem that is home to approx. 150 different species of trees and shrubs from all over the world and is thus a forest that is completely unique in character. At Eshøj, there are plenty of great opportunities to get out and get some exercise and enjoy the fresh air. The terrain is hilly and the difference in altitude between the Limfjord and the highest point in the plantation is just 25 m. You can jog but, if you prefer, you can also take it at a more gentle pace that will allow you plenty of time to see, hear, smell and sense nature's pulse and rhythm - and will also give you enough time
to discover and observe the natural surroundings that lie before you ready to be discovered.

Skyum Mountains
The undulating, hilly landscape forms part of the Limfjord coast, sloping down towards Vildsund. Here, you can find canyons and valleys created by erosion caused by the melting water at the end of the last Ice Age. There are 17 preserved burial mounds in the area. Six of them are neatly aligned in a row down over the crest of a hill. The area is protected and, in an effort to preserve the heath, Gotland sheep are put out to graze on the steep slopes.

Lundehøj
In Ullerup, a little north of Heltborg, is a 6,000 year old stone hut, Lundehøj, which is open to guests.

Limfjord Center Doverodde
150 years after the establishment of the first grocer's in Doverodde, Doverodde Merchant's Farm is one of the Limfjord's best- preserved merchant´s houses of the period. Today, this grocery store is an exploratorium that focusses on Thy and the Limfjord. In the old grain silo, there are exhibits of the geological events and animals of the area. In the old warehouse, you will find an exciting activity room, where you can discover more about the fish and other animals that the residents of the area fished or caught around the fjord. Here, you will also find exhibits that will tell you how the grocery store developed through the ages. There are also many other exhibitions and activities to enjoy.

The ancient cemetery at Ydby Hede
This ancient cemetery is Denmark's largest with a total of 49 burial mounds. It is also one of the most beautifully-situated collections of ancient mounds.

Lunaria and Danas Garden
The art collection, which is the only one of its kind, shows rotating exhibitions of the foliage artist Susanne Tvermoes' poetic picture world - a life's work created out of foliage and flower petals. From the museum's Jutlandic adventure garden, there are views across the Vikings´ Limfjord on the North Sea which the Amber Road crossed close to Sindrup on its way down through Europe. In addition, a memorial room to the great Limfjord poets, Johs. V. Jensen, J. P. Jakobsen, Jeppe Åkjær and others has been created at

Vestervig Church
Vestervig Church is the largest village church in the Nordic countries and has one of Denmark's finest organs with 52 stops, an experience not to be missed at one of the excellent church concerts that are given. The church is linked to the legend of Liden Kirsten and Prince Buris, a tragic love story. Little Kirsten, a half-sister of Valdemar the Great had a love affair with Prince Buris, the brother of Queen Sofie. When Valdemar discovered the relationship, he forced Liden Kirsten to dance until she died. She was buried at Vestervig Cemetery. Prince Buris was blinded, castrated and chained to the church wall just beside Liden Kirsten's grave. When he died, he was buried in the same grave as Liden Kirsten.

Aalborg Golf Course
The country's second oldest golf club offers you golfing in beautiful surroundings plus fine dining in the restaurant.

Sebber Monastery
This monastery was founded in the 11th century and was home to 8 Benedictine nuns. But the main building was in fact 'only' a breeding farm - the nuns lived in Sebber Church. After it ceased to be a monastery, it was passed on to many owners - the last and current family, the Tesdorps, bought it in 1958 and has since added, for example, a golf course. In 2006, it was renovated so it can now be rented out for weddings, corporate events or ordinary family gatherings.

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