Denmark's South West Jutland, part of the Jutland peninsula, takes up a large part of the country as a whole. The region’s largest municipalities are Esbjerg, Varde and Tønder and the area belongs administratively to the region of Southern Denmark. Southwest Jutland holidays promise to be some of the most enjoyable holidays you will ever take, with the wide array of waterside attractions and fun free time activities available on the different islands, and in the different towns and cities, and the wide variety of different Southwest Jutland cottages.
The city of Esbjerg boasts the largest fishing harbor in Denmark, as fishing is a major economic pillar in the locality. Esbjerg’s fishing and seafaring museum, along with its integrated aquarium, is a fascinating site. The “Men at Sea” sculpture, the Lightship Museum, the numerous beaches, boat rentals and tours, the Windmill Cruise and the Water Tower, with its interesting exhibitions, are just some of the many touristic offers available in Esbjerg, aside from the wonderful South Jutland holiday homes. Another place of outstanding natural beauty is Trøndelag, take a look at our magical range of Trøndelag Cottage Rentals and gaze in wonder at the beautiful rural natural landscape that lies on wait for you.
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Varde is another notable city in the region in which you can rent cosy South West Jutland accommodation. Varde’s miniature ‘Minibyen’, the Varde Museum with its different stoneware and paintings and the Artillery Museum, are some of the intriguing sights tourist come to Varde for. Ribe is widely considered to be the oldest city in Denmark. Well- known by history buffs internationally, it boasts a popular Viking Museum, alongside its many other museums. The Wadden Sea and the Ribe River offer fishing possibilities as well as other water activi-ties. The Ribe Cathedral, its iconic bells and its folk song about Queen Dagmar are unique attractions in the city. For some more inspiration for beautiful holiday locations steeped in fascinating history, take a look at Lower Normandy Holiday Cottages and Guadix Villas.
Nymindegab, a former fishing village, has an interesting museum, where one can gaze at a collection of whale skeletons and boasts Denmark’s oldest lifeboat, which can be seen at the Nymindegab Rescue Station. The village of Tønder, which borders Northern Germany, is popu-lar for its Logumkloster Country Fair and the annual festivals in August. Tønder offers such popular attractions as the Gothic Christ Church, the City Museum and the Great Pharmacy in Ostergade, Mandø, Fanø and Rømø are some notable islands around the region. Mandø Center on the Island offers exhibitions of mud-houses and schdules trips to view the islands wonderful wildlife, such as seals. Fanø Island is home to the Sønderho Windmill, the Hannes Hus Museum and the Fanø Golf Links. The Island is also rich with bird life, beaches and cycle paths. On Rømø Island, there are foot paths for keen walkers, cycling or even on a horseback ride. Denmark holidays, South West Jutland promises to be the holiday of a lifetime. Another stunning location for outdoor sports and nature spotting is Languedoc Roussillon Holiday Cottages.