Go on holiday with the whole family in a holiday home in Djursland. Djursland and Mols offer scenic nature, towering limestone cliffs and a great atmosphere.
Djursland and Mols are surrounded by sea on 3 sides. The varying stretches of coast and the hilly landscapes were created during the latest Ice Age. Here you will find child-friendly, white beaches on all sides of the peninsula. Further inland the peninsula is characterized by vigorous nature, exceptional views, moor areas, woods, meadows, lakes and streams. Northern Djursland is known for its towering limestone cliffs that are several million years old. Mols Bjerge in the southern part of the area is a magnificent landscape with a varying nature, a number of walking tracks and a rich animal life. It is ideal to visit the area on food, on bicycle or on horseback. Furthermore, Djursland is characterized by its many well-preserved castles, manor houses and estates, decorating the landscape.
Djursland and Mols offer many cultural sights. Denmark's largest round barrow, well-preserved passage graves, grave mounds, about 80 churches - each with its own specific character - and relics, dating back to the Stone Age, can be located here. The ruined palace Kalo Slotsruin at the inlet Kalo Vig represents the remains of redoubts from the English War. In the many castles and manor houses you can almost sense the presence of history.
On Djursland and Mols there are lots of attractions and possibilities of activity. Our holiday home rental also allows you to find a holiday home that meets your expectations for the holiday. You could e.g. choose from a lot of 5 star holiday homes. If you want an active holiday on Djursland and Mors, you could rent a holiday home close to Lübker Square with a golf course, a fitness center and a subtropical water park. You could also choose a holiday home with a pool, whirlpool or sauna, so you could have your private wellnes holiday in a holiday home. If you rent a holiday home in the town of Ebeltoft, you will have access to a series of common facilities such as a pool, sauna and mini golf. If you spend your holiday in Ebeltoft, you don't have far to shops, restaurants and beaches. If you want to have a break from everyday life, you can make use of our Here-and-Now holiday, where you can spontaneously book a holiday home for at least 3 nights.
Ebeltoft and Grenaa: Experience the atmosphere of the two cosy tourist towns. The narrow, cobbled streets and the lopsided houses make you imagine yourself back in another time. Together with the other small and cosy towns in the area, both towns buzz with activity and atmosphere throughout the summer. Aarhus: The 'capital' of Jutland is also called the worlds smallest city, and here you will be met with a mixture of Scandinavian atmosphere, European style and Jutland spirit. Aarhus is an extremely lively music city. The cosy streets in the city center tempt with their café life, restaurants and some of Europe's most cosy pubs. The cafés are situated along Vadestedet by the stream that runs through the city. And whether you shop in the main shopping streets or in the small quaint streets in the Latin Quarter, the variety is both wide and exciting. Read more on www.visitaarhus.com
Djursland and Mols offer plenty of activities for both children and adults. The area has a ramified network of walking paths and bicycle tracks. Anglers are able to throw in the line from the waters edge, from the piers and from a boat on the sea as well as in the lakes and streams of the area. Furthermore, diving, windsurfing, water-skiing, canoeing and horseback riding are among the popular sports on Djursland and Mols.
In Kattegatcentret you can observe the fearful sharks at close range behind a thick glass window - www.kattegatcentret.dk. You will experience jungle paths, rocks, crocodiles and waterfalls in the tropical zoo Randers Regnskov - www.randersregnskov.dk. Try out the more than 60 different activities in the amusement park Djurs Sommerland - www.djurssommerland.dk. The frigate Fregatten Jylland in Ebeltoft is the world's largest wooden ship. In the animal park Skandinavisk Dyrepark you can experience the bears in a 2,5 hectares bear park from a 250 m long foot-bridge - www.skandinaviskdyrepark.dk. The castle and the Danish agricultural museum Gl. Estrup is beautifully surrounded by a moat, woods, fields and meadows - www.gl-estrup.dk. The Danish market town museum - The Old Town (Den Gamle By) in Aarhus - is an interesting experience at all times of the year - www.dengamleby.com. The amusement park Tivoli Friheden is a cornucopia of artists and amusements in the centre of Aarhus.