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: 27952As Vig4 persons,  57 m²Pets are not allowed.100 m to coast.Holiday cottage located on a plot with direct access to the beach - simply a unique position for a cottage! Great sea view - especially from the conservatory. Several rooms have a ceiling height of 175 cm and in the small bathroom it is 180 ...House no: 12326Mørkholt6 persons,  70 m²Pets are not allowed.200 m to coast.On the outskirts of the holiday cottage area you will find this holiday cottage built from ecologically desirable materials with interesting details - ideal for a relaxed holiday. The cottage has a distinctive construction connecting the living ...House no: 11350Andkær Vig4 persons,  84 m²Animals are allowed.200 m to coast.Renovated holiday cottage with bedrooms and kitchen from 2009. Child-friendly area. From the living room you can enter the terrace, and from here you have a lovely view over the water and the surrounding area. Floor tiles and wooden floors in ...House no: 72671Hvidbjerg6 persons,  65 m²Animals are allowed.150 m to coast.A well-kept holiday cottage in bright colours. Located on high grounds with a large yard for outdoor activities. From the living room you can access the covered terrace. There is a large, open terrace on the long side of the house.House no: 30725Pøt Strandby10 persons,  142 m²Animals are allowed.400 m to coast.Holiday cottage in nature area at child-friendly coast on the eastern side of Jutland. The house is well-equipped and has nice furniture. The round swimming pool is ready for many hours enjoyment and afterwards the sauna is waiting for you. ...House no: 38947Hvidbjerg8 persons,  93 m²Pets are not allowed.300 m to coast.This holiday cottage with whirlpool is located in an elevated position with view over the area. Steps are leading to the cottage with terraces on both sides. From the living room and 2 of the bedrooms there is access to the terraces. A well-equipped ...

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.