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House no: 48487Horne18 persons,  242 m²Animals are allowed.300 m to coast.Well-appointed holiday cottage with swimming pool, whirlpool and sauna as well as various activities located in Horne. In the pool room you can enjoy the large swimming pool with counter-current system, the large built-in prefilled whirlpool ...House no: 83713Falsled8 persons,  130 m²Animals are allowed.130 m to coast.House no: 76428Tårup Strand8 persons,  119 m²Pets are not allowed.125 m to coast.Approx. 125 m from the beach is this holiday cottage. The terrace offers spectacular views over the water towards the Great Belt Bridge. The house is brightly decorated with three bedrooms, all with good closet space. Furthermore, sleeping possibility ...House no: 44304Kongshøj26 persons,  325 m²Animals are allowed.200 m to coast.Well-appointed holiday cottage with swimming pool, whirlpool, sauna and various activities located just approx. 200 metres from the shore. The large house with room for 26 people is very spacious and well-appointed and built around 3 separate ...House no: 43418Svendborg2 persons,  80 m²Pets are not allowed.220 m to coast.Approximately 220 m from the ocean is this apartment with large bedrooms, lots of closet space, kitchen with dishwasher, cooker hood and microwave. Bathroom with shower cabinet and washer and dryer. Living room with a look to the Svendborg Sound. ...House no: 04719Tårup Strand4 persons,  46 m²Pets are not allowed.330 m to coast.

Funen is an island in the middle of the Danish Kingdom – number two in size of all the islands. It is characterized by an undulating and hilly landscape with a lot of fruit gardens and quickset hedges and the many half-timbered farmhouses. South of Funen the South Funen Archipelago with a lot of different islands of all sizes offers beautiful sounds, bays and coves.

Funen is connected with Sealand by the Great Belt bridge and with Jutland by the Little Belt bridge, and in the South Funen Archipelago small and big ferry boats and several bridges are the connection to the surrounding world.

Along the Great Belt coast and at the southern part of the Little Belt coast you will find fine sandy beaches and calm waters, ideal for bathing. In Little Belt the current might be heavy, so it is a good idea to respect the local instructions. Also the South Funen Archipelago offers great bathing possibilities, and as the distances are short, you can always find a fine and sheltered beach.

The best way to experience the charm of the hills, the quickset hedges and the half-timbered farmhouses is on a trip from Svendborg to Fåborg. North of Fåborg you have the undulating and beautiful hills of Svanninge with steep slopes and deep combes as a result of the last glacial age14,000 years ago. From the top of the hills there is a fantastic view over the South Funen Archipelago and the areas of South-West Funen with a varied flora and fauna.

Funen – Fyns Hoved – North of Kerteminde in the north eastern part of Funen you have the peninsula Hindsholm with a range of small islands and tongues of land like for instance Romsø and Enebærodde. The landscape has been shaped by the glacial ages in Denmark, and there are many natural areas with a fantastic plant and animal life. The low waters of the bays of the Belt are very popular places for the many birds and ducks to breed and rest. On the northernmost point of Hindsholm you have the beautiful nature area called Fyns Hoved with a wide view to land and sea. In the research and experience centre called Fjord and Belt in Kerteminde you can get some very useful information on the environment and nature of the Belt – for instance seals and porpoises.