Aarhus to Fredericia in Denmark — Rent a holiday home with DanCenter

Aarhus to Fredericia in Denmark — Rent a holiday home with DanCenter

 
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House no: 72443Ajstrup Strand/Malling6 persons,  72 m²Pets are not allowed.100 m to coast.A large well-kept holiday cottage with kitchen and bathroom from 2008. High-beamed ceiling and dining section. There is a large terrace outside and plenty of sun in the garden. This is an atmospheric cottage. The owner has renewed it but with ...House no: 71903As Vig6 persons,  72 m²Animals are allowed.100 m to coast.In a very child-friendly and scenic area close to the water, you find this well-kept holiday cottage only 100 metres from the sea. Walls and ceilings are in limed wood, so are the floors in the living room. Open and covered terrace with outdoor ...House no: 69690Pøt Strandby8 persons,  76 m²Animals are allowed.800 m to coast.A holiday cottage in a popular area north of Juelsminde. There is both a whirlpool and sauna in the cottage if you do not wish to go to the beach, which is within walking distance. The house is well-maintained and has all the necessary equipment ...House no: 70352Pøt Strandby8 persons,  103 m²Animals are allowed.250 m to coast.A well-kept holiday cottage with spa and sauna in one of the bathrooms. The house is located on a secluded plot close to forest and beach. High-beamed ceiling. A large, open kitchen / living room where everyone in the family can gather. Lowered ...House no: 92962As Vig6 persons,  80 m²Pets are not allowed.200 m to coast.A holiday cottage with sauna located on a plot with a view of the sea in a quiet holiday cottage area approx. 200 metres from the water. There is an open and a covered terrace with outdoor furniture by the house. Walls and ceiling consists of ...House no: 72178Juelsminde5 persons,  62 m²Animals are allowed.150 m to coast.A holiday cottage with a practical set-up, located on a natural plot with a terrace. The house is equipped with bright pine and beech furniture.

The eastern part of Jutland is a variety of landscape types such as lush, green areas, big forests, coasts with fine beaches and busy and interesting towns. The green and hilly East Jutland has been formed by the glaciers of the Glacial Age. Where the meltwater made its way through the landscape, valleys, ravines and deep fiords were formed, and about 14,000 years ago, when the ice withdrew, a beautiful and hilly moraine landscape appeared.

Along the coast of Kattegat, on Djursland and Mols, and south of Aarhus there are a lot of lovely and family friendly beaches with fine sand, and here the water is low and the sea rather calm, perfect for a swim.

Aarhus is the second biggest city of Denmark, and here you have an abundance of landmarks and cultural offers and activities for all the family, not to mention the shopping possibilities. Pay a visit to Aros, the art museum of Aarhus, or take all the family to Den Gamle By (the old town) to experience what Aarhus looked like from the 16th century to the 19th century. Each year in August and start of September the Aarhus Festuge (festival week) takes place, and it is one the biggest art and culture festivals in North Europe.

You will find some of the minor towns in Jutland, for instance Horsens and Skanderborg, south of Aarhus. Charming Skanderborg is famous for its big and beautiful music festival taking place in August. Horsens has the only industrial museum in Denmark, and in the northern part of the town is Horsens state prison, today transformed into a museum.