Your last recreation holidays to Estonia, you'll spend in holiday homes Saare County or holiday cottages Ida Viru County have been amazing, so that you decide to spend another leisure time in a country, where you're able to relax? A picturesque region of one of Europe's prettiest countries, East Jutland offers visitors a great range of activities to enjoy. East Jutland is one of Denmark's most attractive regions, and contains some lovely countryside. Visitors staying in holiday homes East Jutland have the amazing opportunity to explore beaches and fjords, and there are plenty of rolling greeen hills on which hikers and cyclists can test their strength.
Perfect family holidays - East Jutland offers a lot of family activities
One great place to visit, especially for families with children, is Legoland, located at Billund. This is one of Europe's most popular theme parks, and visitors can enjoy icy thrills in the polar sections of the park, camp with Native Americans and tangle with seafarers from a bygone age at the Pirate Kingdom.
Visitors who want to enjoy a more urban environment will find plenty to do in Aarhus, a town with a large student population as well as many of the holiday rentals East Jutland offers. Viborg is also an interesting town, being Denmark's oldest city. It combines a medieval history with a more recent industrial past, and visitors using the holiday rentals East Jutland provides can see a wonderful cathedral here, as well as venues dedicated to the paper making industry.
Outdoor enthusiasts would do well to book a stay in a holiday home East Jutland. A route known as the Military Road begins in Viborg and stretches to the German border, and is popular with cyclists and walkers. Anglers staying in holiday homes East Jutland can find plenty of prey in the region's cold streams, or in the ocean off the Kattegat Coast.
Discover some lovely islands - During your stay in an East Jutland Apartment
The Kattegat coast is also where those using holiday rentals East Jutland will find some of the region's most interesting wildlife. Anholt Island is one of Denmark's most isolated places, and spotted seals breed in large numbers here. Samso is another island off the coast, a green and pleasant place, known for its use of renewable energy, and well worth a visit for the glacial landscapes of its northern half.
Denmark has a lot to offer for families with children. If you have spend your last holidays there and your curios about new regions? Here are some ideas for you and your family: