Dalarna in Sweden — Rent a holiday home with DanCenter

Dalarna in Sweden — Rent a holiday home with DanCenter

 
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Dalarna in Sweden — Rent a holiday home with DanCenter

Book a holiday home for your next holiday with DanCenter holiday rentals.

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32 holiday homes for Dalarna

Holiday home in SöderbärkeHouse no: 25873Söderbärke6 persons,  90 m²Pets are not allowed.100 m to coast.Holiday home in LudvikaHouse no: 4786Ludvika6 persons,  90 m²Animals are allowed.30 m to coast.Holiday home in FalunHouse no: 53563Falun4 persons,  45 m²Animals are allowed.20 km to coast.Holiday home in RättvikHouse no: 55870Rättvik4 persons,  47 m²Pets are not allowed.150 m to coast.Holiday home in LindvallenHouse no: 40628Lindvallen6 persons,  75 m²Animals are allowed.60 m to coast.Holiday home in StötenHouse no: 6838Stöten12 persons,  155 m²Pets are not allowed.13 km to coast.Holiday home in HundfjälletHouse no: 38735Hundfjället6 persons,  80 m²Pets are not allowed.4.0 km to coast.Holiday home in StötenHouse no: 39560Stöten8 persons,  120 m²Pets are not allowed.15 km to coast.Holiday home in MoraHouse no: 74836Mora4 persons,  55 m²Animals are allowed.100 m to coast.Holiday home in HundfjälletHouse no: 29834Hundfjället7 persons,  90 m²Pets are not allowed.4.0 km to coast.Holiday home in HundfjälletHouse no: 38734Hundfjället6 persons,  80 m²Pets are not allowed.20 m to coast.Holiday home in LindvallenHouse no: 33294Lindvallen8 persons,  108 m²Pets are not allowed.15 km to coast.
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Find your own private favourite place in Dalarna. Here you will find a vast choice of possibilities, and it is difficult to decide where to go. Nature and wilderness with all kind of adventures are within reach, and at the same time civilization is never far away, if “the picture postcards” of nature should be too overwhelming!

The Dala Horse is a classic and very popular souvenir. It comes from Mora, and of course the world’s biggest Dala Horse is to find in the Dalarna area. It is13 metres tall and can be seen in Alvesta. But you must go to Mora if you want the see the production of the horses.

In the old part of the town (Gamla Byn) you will find the biggest coin in the world – weight: 19, 7 kg! In the coin museum you will learn about the story of the coins, and in Gamla Byn you will find some of the most well preserved buildings from the 17th century.

Would you like to follow in the footsteps of approx. 1 million people (until now), you can visit the biggest copper mine of Sweden in Falun. The lift will take you 55 metres under the surface of the earth where a guide and an exciting experience are waiting for you.

Take your family to Leksans Sommerland where numerous funny experiences are waiting for you – try the merry-go-rounds and the roller-coasters, and remember to visit the sweet-shop too. Relax while the kids are having fun in the chutes of the pool area. You must also try rafting or the bungee trampoline. This is a place where the whole family can have great fun.

You will never really grow up – at least this is what many people say. If this is true, you will have the possibility to become a child again in Sällnäs Jurassic Park – here you can warm up in an ice co-cart and continue in bigger “machines” and huge Caterpillar engraving machines.

If you prefer indoor sport activities or shopping all day long, you must visit the Kupolen with its fine sports facilities and 80 shops. Here you can also have a cup of coffee and rest your feet if your shopping bags are heavy, or you might sit down and have a good dinner.

In the area of Dalarna there are endless possibilities to go for long walks in the splendid nature – like in almost all other parts of Northern Sweden. Nature invites you to all kinds of adventures - in the winter time you can go skiing, for instance in Gesunda, and in spring you can go on a bike ride around the beautiful Siljan Lake, and if you feel like it, jump into the lake for a swim.

In this area there are also several golf courses – why not challenge yourself on Sollerön, the most difficult golf course in Sweden, or go for a long distance swim in Vansbro: 2 km of crawl with the current and 1 km against it.

Before saying goodbye to this fantastic area, you and your family might make a short visit to Gesunda and Tomteland (land of gnomes). This is the home of Santa and his gnomes.

Questions and answers concerning Dalarna

We have collected some of the most frequent questions from our guests.

How many DanCenter holiday homes can I choose from in Dalarna, Sweden?

There are 20+ DanCenter holiday homes in Dalarna, Sweden.

What are the most important places to visit in Dalarna, Sweden?

Siljan Lake, Falun Copper Mine, Carl Larsson House, Fulufjället National Park, Lugnets Skidmuseum, Rättviks Gammelgård, Långbryggan, Njupeskär Waterfall are some places that you can visit in Dalarna, Sweden.

Any activities that I must include during my stay in Dalarna, Sweden?

Some of the must-try activities in Dalarna, Sweden are:

  • Visiting the gardens, museums, and lakes
  • Skiing
  • Attending a metal music festival
  • Taking a guided tour
  • Relaxing on a cruise

If I’m coming from the UK, what are my options?

Travellers from the UK can reach Dalarna via air, ferry, train, or car.

What are the recommended dishes in Dalarna, Sweden?

You must try the Fika pastries, Knäckebröd, Tunnbröd, and Falukorv when in Dalarna, Sweden.

When is the ideal time to visit Dalarna in Sweden?

For warm weather visit Dalarna between May and September. If you want snow, aim for late November to March. The midnight sun can be seen in June-July.