Limfjord self catering Accommodation - sample delicious seafood-based cusine
While on a map it may look like the entire northern island makes up the top part of Denmark, geographically the Limfjord Sound separates the two. Because the waterway stretches at least 180 kilometers from end to end, it incorporates a number of wide bay areas as well as channels and inlets. In many of these nooks and crannies sit coastal towns and villages that make up the region of Northern Denmark on the Limfjord. The largest port is Aalborg, which features both a commercial dock as well as the main highway crossing to the north and train connections for the Danish peninsula.
Have the boating experience of your life in Limfjord Cottage Rentals
The Limfjord waters are definitely a boater’s delight. With a number of different waterways to explore, a tourist on water can definitely enjoy the different Danish locations at leisure while also enjoying the scenery. There are hundreds of mooring locations where visitors can stop for the night. A boating visit can end up being quite an adventure and a fantastic opportunity to explore and experience Danish water life. Journeys and outings across the water can be had both by large boats as well as canoes, depending on the particular Limfjord area. If you time your visit to take place in September, you can also catch the Limfjorden boat races.
For food connoisours who love seafood, the Limfjord region is famous for its oysters and mussels. This type of seafood is particularly abundant in the Limfjord waters and the local town restaurants all carry the fare on their menus. In fact, the town of Logstor holds an annual mussel festival in July, bringing together hundreds of mussel-based dishes and holding competitions for people from the nearby regions. Not to be outdone, Nykobing Mors offers its own shellfish festival in June for more delicious cuisine and sea-food based enjoyment as well. For fans of coastal boating trips, Limfjord offers a wide and wonderful array of opportunities for boating holidays, especially during the summer months. Many travellers in continental Europe head north to Denmark and stay in Limfjord holiday rentals just to enjoy the area’s water outings and restaurants. A visit here can be made unforgettable by staying in Limfjord holiday rentals instead of driving to a hotel across the water. If staying fit and keeping physically active during your holidays sounds like the getaway of your dreams, take a look at La Rosière Chalets for an action-packed winter skiing experience.
Rent Limfjord Holiday Homes in September and catch the Limfjord boat races
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What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most booked accommodations by the Limfjord are house rentals and apartment rentals. We search from more than 3,161 accommodations by the Limfjord to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
Prices start at just €33 per night. Most apartment rentals by the Limfjord are 70 m² and house rentals are 111 m².
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
We can help you find accommodations by the Limfjord for a group. On average, the house rentals has space for 7 guests.