For something different from a trip to Denmark, try arranging a holiday rental house in the South West of Jutland. If you need more action in your holidays, you should rather book one of the Villas in Northern Portugal or Holiday Apartments Aegean Coast. The region of South West Jutland, also referred to a Cimbria, represents the area of Denmark facing the English and the German coasts. The summer and late autumn are the best times to visit, as the air is much warmer and the weather far more suitable for outdoor pursuits.
Visiting Jutland provides a visitors with a unique experience. The Danish countryside, as well as the vibrant coastal fishing life of the country. Many continental Europeans like to spend weekends in Denmark for both the sailing and to enjoy Denmark's wonderful beaches. To fully enjoy and immerse yourself in the daily life of the region, visitors should consider staying in a holiday home in southwest Jutland. Holiday rentals in the South West of Jutland location allow visitors to get a real sense of Danish life, while not being confined to the restraints of hotels and being able to organise their own holiday schedule. Holiday rentals in South West of Jutland can be arranged either on the coastline to enjoy the beaches or further inland to explore the local countryside and towns.
Visitors who get the chance should definitely visit Ribe, Denmark's oldest town, which dates back to the 8th century. A holiday home in Southwest Jutland enables easy access to see the Fregatten Jylland, the world's largest wooden ship. If traveling with children, then Legoland in the south is a must-see. 44.5 million Lego pieces are incorporated in a theme park consisting of constuctions of major capital cities. For those who just want to enjoy and experience the countryside, a holiday home in the South West of Jutland could be just the ticket. The regions countryside offers plenty of cottages located near to forests, lakes, streams and protected zones of natural beauty. Other regions, which offer an enchanting landscape, you'll find below: