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Southeast Jutland and Als in Denmark — Rent a holiday home with DanCenter

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Southeast Jutland and Als in Denmark — Rent a holiday home with DanCenter

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House no: 43269Grønninghoved Strand10 persons,  99 m²Pets are not allowed.150 m to coast.This house, with view over water, whirlpool, sauna, wood-burning stove and free admittance to water park, is the perfect setting for a good holiday. You can enjoy the view from the plot, house and terrace. The house has a bright decor and underfloor ...House no: 37777Flovt Strand8 persons,  88 m²Pets are not allowed.400 m to coast.Well-equipped holiday cottage with 2 bathrooms, the one with a whirlpool. The kitchen has all modern comforts, so you can get the daily chores quickly and easily done, so you can get to the beach, which is one of the best in Southeast Jutland. ...House no: 35577Flovt Strand10 persons,  108 m²Animals are allowed.250 m to coast.Holiday cottage with a whirlpool located in a landscaped garden plot at the area's best beach. The house is tastefully decorated, with the wood-burning stove in the centre of the living room providing the setting for a cosy stay. There is a ...House no: 77206Broager9 persons,  265 m²Pets are not allowed.900 m to coast.Well-disposed holiday cottage in idyllic and scenic surroundings a short distance from beach and shops. There is plenty of room for entertainment both indoor and outdoor. Indoor you will find an activity room with billiards and darts. There ...House no: 26760Nordborg/Købingsmark6 persons,  65 m²Animals are allowed.150 m to coast.Holiday cottage located in scenic area with good fishing and possibilities. The house was modernised in 2011 with kitchen and bathroom. The house has older furnishing. There is a swing for the children. From Easter to end September there is ...House no: 38554Diernæs8 persons,  105 m²Pets are not allowed.250 m to coast.Holiday cottage located in a small cottage area. There are wooden floors, wooden ceilings and timber-clad walls, also in the bathroom. Practical open kitchen and dining room. The bedrooms are large and spacious and from the living room you have ...

In the south eastern part of Jutland, nature offers many different kinds of landscapes from large agricultural areas consisting of fields and valleys to wooden areas and fiords flowing into the Little Belt. There are also some fine beaches in the area, among others Flovt and Kelstrup beach.

Dybbøl Mølle (Dybbøl mill) is an evident trace left from the wars that took place in this area, among others the wars between Denmark and the Prussian army in the 19th century. Visit Dybbøl Mølle and the history centre called Dybbøl Banke where you can relive the famous and fatal battle of Dybbøl Mølle in 1864. You must also visit the former fortress and castle, Koldinghus in Kolding.

If you prefer to visit some of the cities of the area, Haderslev, Aabenraa and Sønderborg are worth a visit. In Haderslev you can experience a charming town center and the old cathedral. You may also visit Dyrehaven (The Zoo) by Haderslev for extraodrinary nature experiences. In Aabenraa you can go visiting the Aabenraa Museum/ the Maritime Museum of South Jutland or Brundlund Castle dating back to 1411. Part of the castle is now an art museum. Sønderborg on the island of Als is the biggest town in this area, and it is beautifully situated with the waters of Als Sund on both sides. Here you can visit Sønderborg Castle built during the first half of the 13th century. Today the castle houses exhibitions and other arrangements.