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Holiday cottages in Marielyst, Lolland, Falster and Mon, Denmark!

The popular holiday area Marielyst on Falster offers kilometres of lovely child-friendly beaches, an active town life and plenty of great holiday homes for every taste. Marielyst is one of Denmark´s largest areas for holiday home rental, and here you will find everything that you can wish for in a cosy beach holiday in a holiday home.


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Marielyst is one of Denmark´s most beautiful and most popular holiday areas, where you can enjoy a lovely holiday in a holiday home. The holiday town Marielyst is situated on Falster, in the southern part of Denmark, and right out to 20 km of wonderful, white and sandy beach by the Baltic. Marielyst offers all you can wish for: a variety of leisure activities for the whole family, sights - both cultural and entertaining, a large selection of shops with i.a. groceries, clothes and handicraft, many good restaurants and a vivid nightlife. Furthermore, the town is scenically situated and surrounded by a lovely beach, forests and a bird sanctuary. Your dog is welcome in many of our holiday homes, so bring your dog along on your holiday in a holiday home in Marielyst.

Bathers on the kilometres long wide and sandy bathing beach with child-friendly water in Marielyst Long and lovely child-friendly bathing beach in the holiday area Marielyst Life guard tower on the popular bathing beach in the holiday home area Marielyst Beautiful nature playground between the beach and the centre of the holiday town Marielyst


By Marielyst you will find Denmark´s longest beach with lots of space for everyone. The beach is a wide sandy beach with clear bathing water, small dunes and Blue Flag. The water is shallow at the waters edge, which makes the beach very suitable for children. An ideal place for swimming, sunbathing, walks as well as various beach activities. It is possible to find amber all along the coast of Falster. The options are especially good by the point Gedser Odde.


Right behind the long beach of Marielyst and along the eastern coast of Falster, the pine forest Bötoskoven is situated. The forest abuts on the cove Boto Nor towards north and on Gedesby towards south. The forest invites walks on all times of the year. The bird sanctuary Boto Nor has 2 bird gazeboes, from which you can enjoy the view of the rich bird life, the large lake, the fields, the forest of reeds and the green meadows. The impressive forest Corselitze-skovene covers an area of app. 6,000 hectares of land on the north-eastern part of Falster. Besides a beautiful beech forest and other scenic landscapes, the forest offers more relics. A part of the forest is the small forest Halskov Vange, which contains 6 cromlechs and 72 grave mounds.


In Marielyst and the surrounding area you will find various leisure activities for the whole family. So holiday home rental means plenty of active experiences here. Right outside town, a riding centre, a go-cart track, a bowling alley, a golf course, a minigolf course, a diving centre, a water world and petanque courts are available. If you are interested in horse racing, you can visit the trotting track Nykobing Falster Travbane. On Lolland-Falster you will find no less than 6 golf courses, from which 4 have international standard. The nearest course belongs to the club Ostersoen and is situated right by Marielyst. Anglers can fish from the shore and in the Put & Take fishponds of the area. If you wish to go deep-sea fishing, you can go to strait Langelandsbaltet onboard a boat from Onsevig. If you wish to sail out on your own, you can rent boats in Stubbekobing.

Worth a visit

The post mill Stubmollen in Stovby is the only one of its kind in Denmark. The mill was built in the year 1668 and has been destroyed by fire and re-erected. The mill is now fully restored and open to the public. The mill Gedesby Molle is a restored Dutch mill from the year 1911, which is still fully functional. Trotting, dog and stockcar races are arranged throughout the summer at the trotting track in Nykobing. In the area, surrounding Marielyst, you can visit a number of potteries, glass factories, galleries, art houses and museums.

Excursion spots

Go on cosy and interesting excursions when you rent a holiday home in Marielyst. Det Sorte Museum (the black museum) in Gedser exhibits finds from the shores of Falster in the shape of fossils, rocks, minerals, amber and insects. Middelaldercentret is an open-air museum by Sundby, where an authentic village from the 12th. century with houses, workshops, ships, vessels and a catapult has been created (15 km). In Knuthenborg Safaripark by Maribo the wild animals move around in their natural surroundings - right around your car or bus. Observe giraffes, rhinos, ostriches, antelopes, zebras and Siberian tigers at close range (46 km). In Nykobing Falster Zoo (Folkeparken) you can experience no less the 500 animals. The cliff Mons Klint is a spectacular corner of Denmark. The impressive white chalk cliffs rise from the sea and are an amazing sight (72 km) . Bonbonland offers more than 70 activities - by land, by sea, and in the air (83 km).



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