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|Rooms||Living room, Kitchen, bedroom, bathroom|
|Beds||single sofa bed, double bed|
|Room Items||TV, dining table, radio|
|Kitchen Items||oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge|
|Plumbing / Washing||shower, washbasin, toilet|
|Around the house||terrace, parking|
|Situation||In a residential area or in the centre (city)|
|General information||Non smoking, WiFi|
Schleswig-Holstein's North Sea coast offers an impressive natural landscape in the Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea national park. From the mouth of the elbe in the south to the Danish border in the north, these are the largest mudflats in the world. There are four islands in the Wadden Sea and around ten small Halligen islands. On the islands of Sylt, Amrum, Föhr and Pellworm you can find cosy holiday apartments and holiday homes where you can make yourself comfortable. Go mudflat walking, ideally with a tour guide, and walk across the tideland to one of the Halligen islands. Enjoy a traditional "Pharisäer" – coffee with rum.
Sankt Peter-Ording on the Eiderstedt peninsula boasts the longest beach in Germany, with a twelve kilometre-long and as much as two kilometer-wide beach. Run across the long bridge to the beach and take a look at the natural salt marshes on the coast. The beach's landmarks include pile houses, which are home to cafés, among other things. Kite surfers, surfers and other water sports enthusiasts will find the conditions perfect for their sport of choice. Have you ever tried land sailing or driving a kite buggy? On the beach at Sankt Peter, you have the chance to do just that. And families can look forward to mini golf courses at the beach promenade and a wave pool. On the Eiderstedt peninsula, you will find lots of comfortable holiday homes and holiday apartments. Rent a bike and discover the North Sea coast from your holiday home.
Schleswig-Holstein's Baltic coast also offers beautiful beaches, such as Schönberg Beach near Kiel or Timmendorf Beach near Lubeck. On the cycle path between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea, you can traverse the state along the Kiel Canal. You can observe the ships that pass you by as you cycle along the canal. On the Baltic coast, there are several firths and bays, such as Flensburg Firth near the town of Flensburg. Here you have the unique opportunity to watch porpoises. Visit Glücksburg moated castle with its impressive castle grounds and rose garden.
Kiel Week in the city of Kiel attracts over three million tourists every year. A variety of sailing boats arrive here to take part in a traditional regatta. Take a tour on one of the tall ships and watch the sailing competition from out in the Bay of Kiel. In addition, more than 300 bands play across 16 stages. Enjoy the international market and try specialities form various countries. On the last Sunday in June, Kiel Week is traditionally concluded with a fireworks display. Kiel's Holstenstraße has pride of place as the oldest pedestrian zone in Germany. Visit the old Old Botanical Gardens with their sequoia trees. Both in Kiel and in Flensburg, you can find affordable and cosy holiday homes that will turn your holiday in Schleswig-Holstein into something very special.
Between Kiel and Lubeck, you will fine the Holstein Switzerland natural park, complete with lakes and hills. You can take great canoe trips on the lakes and try out other sports. Hikers will enjoy the nature park trail that connects the five nature parks Schleswig-Holstein's Baltic coast with one another. The flat landscape makes it particularly suitable for families with children as well. Nearby Lubeck is known for its UNESCO World Heritage protected old town, and the famous Holstentor gate. Enjoy the atmosphere in this old Hanseatic city and take a trip to Lauenburg Lakes nature park to see the many lakes and forests. From the tower of St Peter's church, you can get a great view of the city.
Each year, the Karl-May festival attracts countless visitors to the town of Bad Segeberg. Experience the adventure of Old Shatterhand and Winnetou live and look forward to the re-enactments of children from your childhood. You can find a perfect holiday home or holiday apartment anywhere in Schleswig-Holstein. Use your holiday home as a base for checking out the sights in the area. Heavy metal fans will get their money's worth at Wacken Open Air near Itzehoe. Don't forget to book your holiday home nearby soon.
Whether a family holiday, beach holiday or cycle trip: In Schleswig-Holsten, anyone can get their money's worth. Book your holiday home now and enjoy your holiday in Schleswig-Holstein.
The best is within reach: A holiday home in Germany, more specifically, on the German North Sea or Baltic Sea. Its wide variety of landscapes makes Germany a popular travel destination. Breaks in holiday homes are particularly popular with many holidaymakers. Dreamy white sand beaches by the Baltic Sea, the Wadden Sea at the North Sea, large forests, mountains and idyllic towns in the low mountain ranges and the breath-taking alpine landscape in the south - every region offers a unique holiday experience. Enjoy the regional specialities, the cultural variety and beautiful nature of Germany during your holiday home break. Active holidaymakers will love the variety of activities, such as cycling, windsurfing or mudflat walking on the coast, or mountaineering and hiking in mountainous regions. You won't regret a holiday in Germany, as the coastal regions really have a lot to offer! Holiday, Germany, sea – they go together better than you might think.
In the north of Germany alone, DanCenter lets out over 500 holiday homes and apartments along the German coasts of the North Sea and Baltic Sea.
Choose your holiday home from a variety of houses by the sea with a Scandinavian feel. The best equipped feel-good homes are all located near the coast. Fire, sauna, whirlpool, pool and internet connection are all included - what more could you want? Spend your holiday at the mouth of the River Elbe, where it meets the North Sea, in the beautiful town of Otterndorf. On the Baltic Sea, in beautiful Schleswig-Holstein, there are several great holiday destinations, such as Scharbeutz, Grömitz, Großenbrode, Olpenitz, the Bay of Kiel and Gelting Bay. No matter whether you are travelling as a couple and looking for a small holiday apartment on the coast or need a holiday home in Germany for a large group, you will find what you're looking for. The largest houses are designed for up to 24 guests.
The German Baltic Sea and North Sea coastlines are popular destinations, offering long, white sand beaches and countless leisure activities.
These days, nearly 30 years on from German reunification, Schleswig-Holstein's Baltic coast is more attractive than ever, with fine, well-maintained beaches where you can swim and relax. stylish promenades are like an individual invitation to take a stroll, bright Nordic accommodation straight from the seventies. The Nordic lifestyle has even made the leap across the North Sea. It's all happening in Northern Germany!
The typical Danish lifestyle, this mixture of cheerful relaxation, friendliness and a world of wonderful things can be found in its purest form in original Danish holiday homes. Except your Danish holiday home is located in Germany. There are already 350 of these properties on the German Baltic and North Sea coasts that give your holiday that original Danish vibe through their architecture and stylishly cosy interior design, all of which can be found among the DanCenter portfolio. Find your holiday home for your Baltic holiday in Germany!
If you are toying with the idea of taking a holiday in Germany near the coast, ask yourself which region is best for you and what you can do there. We have a few "Holiday in Germany tips" for you:
Cycling is just as much a part of the Baltic and North Sea coastlines these days as essential holiday experiences like swimming, sailing or mudflat walking.
Mr Drais would be delighted! More than 200 years after inventing the bicycle, he would see whole hosts of people who use his patented means of transport for getting to school and work, as a "packhorse" for transporting goods – or for discovering the world. If you would like to immerse yourself in the Schleswig-Holstein holiday destination, there is a wonderful "Travel and experience guide" for the Baltic coast cycle path.
The counterpart to the North Sea cycle path stretches more than 430 kilometres from Kupfermühle near Flensburg to Lübeck-Travemünde. The long-distance cycle path is rightfully among the most popular cycle routes in Germany: sometimes it follows the beach, sometimes steep forested banks, then back through the green countryside or small harbour towns. Over eleven stages, for which you can download GPS data, you can discover the history, culture and landscape of the Schleswig-Holstein Baltic coast. For instance, in Flensburg, where the every day life of a modern border town is coupled with a Danish history and lively harbour atmosphere. Or in Eckernförde, where the white beaches and a quaint old town offer that pure holiday vibe.
Cruise ships, sailors and surfers define the maritime image of the Bay of Kiel, where you will find the DanCenter houses of Wendtorf Marina, one of the largest sport boat harbours in Schleswig-Holstein. The section of the long-distance cycle path through the Probstei on the east bank of the firth offers highlights on solid land: idyllic countryside with stately homes and farms, beach life and museum boats, and the Bottsand nature reserve all offer great ways to pass the time. From the Probstei, the path veers towards the sunny island of Fehmarn. You can take a spin around it on the Baltic coast cycle path – or take a detour inland to discover the island's history.
Finally, at Lubeck Bay, you will encounter the string of holiday resorts and their long beaches: Großenbrode, Dahme, Grömitz, Scharbeutz and Timmendorf to name just a few. Long piers project into the Baltic Sea and promenades invite you to take a stroll. On the steep bank of Brodten, cyclists are rewarded with a fantastic view over Lubeck Bay and the Bay of Mecklenburg. Then as if all by itself, your bike will lead you to the fish sandwiches and casino of lively Travemünde.
When you have booked a holiday through us, you will receive a booking confirmation shortly after.
You will receive the final confirmation during the following day.
When we have registered your last payment, you will receive travel documents concerning your holiday home.
Details as to collection of keys will be informed per e-mail at the latest 3 weeks before arrival day.
In general the holiday home will be ready for you from 4pm on the arrival day.
If you arrive late in the evening, the reception/key collection place will be closed. Please check in good time how to behave in such cases.
All the apartments have kitchen equipment for the number of persons for which the apartment is meant. In some cases linen and towels can be ordered - for further info pls see the description of the holiday home on DanCenter.dk under "extra services". Here it will also appear if it is possible to book other equipment such as a cot, a high chair for babies etc.
Tourist fee: A few of the holiday resorts have a tourist fee to pay at arrival. The amount is 0.80 Euro per person per night.
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