Book a holiday home on Falster - more than 200 holiday homes available

Book a holiday home on Falster - more than 200 holiday homes available

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House no: 40167Marielyst6 persons,  86 m²Pets are not allowed.200 m to coast.Holiday cottage located on 1200 m² planted plot approx. 300 m from one of the best and most child-safe beaches. Yuo can spend the cool evenings in front of the wood-burning stove. Well-equipped kitchen with e.g. dish washer and microwave oven. ...House no: 39482Marielyst6 persons,  98 m²Pets are not allowed.500 m to coast.Renovated holiday cottage located on a planted plot with large terraces and sheltered areas for relaxation.House no: 13668Marielyst5 persons,  93 m²Animals are allowed.300 m to coast.Bright holiday cottage with terreace inviting to cosy times with the barbecue. The bathroom was renovated in 2011. There are German TV channels. Approx. 300 m from the beach. There are swing and sandpit on the plot.House no: 68923Sortsø Strand5 persons,  58 m²Pets are not allowed.100 m to coast.A holiday home with scenic surroundings in a small cottage area approx. 100 metres from the sea. There is an outdoor swimming pool with a children's pool (use at your own risk) open from June 1st to September 1st each year. A playground can ...House no: 39519Marielyst8 persons,  74 m²Pets are not allowed.150 m to coast.Holiday cottage with plenty of room for both grown-ups and children. Open and covered terrace. There are plenty of cosy areas on the plot that is fenced so children and dogs can run freely. There is a swing on the plot.House no: 69299Gedesby8 persons,  120 m²Animals are allowed.1.4 km to coast.Holiday cottage located at the child-friendly and wide sandy beach as far as the eye sees. The house is located on a landscaped plot in a quiet setting with deer and other wildlife. 2 bathrooms with shower, one with sauna and whirlpool which ...

Falster is a relatively flat island with a landscape that varies from open fields to thick forests, and with a large number of good sand beaches.

Falster offers a lot of opportunities to enjoy an active holiday outdoors. You will find many places offering horseback trips e.g. through the forests on special tracks for horseback riding or at Sønder Kohave in Nykøbing Falster, an old forest with some of its trees more than 200 years old. Falster also offers a lot of good fishing spots. Take a trip along the coasts and try your luck at catching garfish, trout and cod or go for the more safe approach and visit one of the many Put and Take lakes. Since Falster is a flat island, exploring the area on bicycles is an obvious choice, and bike rentals are found in many places.

Falster’s largest town is Nykøbing Falster at Guldborgsund (sound). The town has a lot of historic interesting houses and places, the town square among others, dating back to the Medieval. The town’s most known building is Klosterkirken, a gothic church from the 15th century. Take a trip to Guldborgsund Zoo or the Medieval Centre, an exhibition of life in the late 14th century with various exhibitions and workshops for the children.

The southern part of Falster has the holiday town Marielyst which is especially known for one of the best beaches in Denmark. The town is visited by a large number of happy holiday guests, giving the town a lively atmosphere. During the summer the small town has a lot of shops, restaurants and discotheques.

South of Marielyst is Gedser Odde (cape), the southern most point in Denmark. The cape has some 5-7 metres high cliffs best explored on walking trips along the coast. A lot of birdwatchers come here to watch the migrating birds, especially in the fall.