Danish family holiday homes
Novasol is immensely proud of its original Danish heritage, so is therefore always delighted to showcase the best that the country has to offer. With 10,000 properties to choose from in Denmark, you are sure to find the perfect fit for you and your family. The abundant activities available make Denmark the ideal destination for families. Spend a day relaxing in one of our Danish villas in one of the beautiful fishing villages, or, for something more active, try your hand at one of the various and popular water sports on offer.
Self-catering holidays in Denmark
Denmark is a country of contrasts. Idyllic countryside melds seamlessly with modern and cosmopolitan cities such as Copenhagen and Aarhus, the latter having been named European Capital of Culture 2017. Whether you want to spend your next family holiday in Denmark relaxing and taking in some fresh air along the 12,000km of cycle paths surrounded by natural beauty, or taking in the sights and sounds of a bustling city; NOVASOL has the perfect Danish holiday home for you. So, let Denmark surprise you on your next holiday.
Swedish family holiday homes
A self-catering holiday in Sweden, the land of 95,700 lakes, is the perfect destination for families who want the best of both worlds. Effortlessly cool cities fade into spectacular coastlines and picturesque countryside. There are also smaller inland and coastal images, as well as thousands of islands, each as unique and memorable as every one of our hand-picked self-catering holiday homes.
Find adventure in scenic Sweden
Seek solitude and serenity in nature or make the most of the variety of sites, attractions and activities for the whole family – especially when staying in one of our Stockholm apartments. Stockholm - known as the “Venice of the North” due to the fact that it is made up of 14 islands – is filled with museums, theatres and world-class culinary experiences. Classic Scandinavian architecture intermingles with sleek Swedish design defines this unique city. Stockholm is on the cutting-edge of Northern European culture and is sure to keep your family enthralled at every turn.
Year-round self-catering Sweden
Sweden has something for every season; in Winter, go dog-sledding across the snow, then warm yourself with a real Swedish Glögg and authentic cinnamon roll in front of a roaring fire. Or, during the warmer months, why not stay in one of our Swedish holiday homes and head for the coast and explore the archipelagos by canoe, kayak or sailboat. Go wind or kite surfing on the beaches of southern Sweden or fish on the lakes of Småland.
Holiday homes in Norway
Norway is a true nature lovers’ paradise and there are many different ways to explore it; either by bicycle or boat, on foot or on skis, with one of our private self-catering holiday homes as the perfect base from which to do so! NOVASOL is proud to offer over 2,000 holiday homes in Norway , from simple and traditional log cabins in the woods to the most modern of chalets with all the mod-cons you and your family could need for a truly special family holiday.
Chase the midnight sun in magical Norway
Norway is thought of by many as the ‘jewel of the North’ – and understandably so – it is also becoming increasingly popular as a destination for self-catering holidays in Scandinavia. The dense, verdant forests that veil the mountain peaks make way for dramatic plunging waterfalls, spectacular coastlines and the several thousand glaciers that this land is home to.
Things to do whilst self-catering in Norway
Should this not be enough, you always have the option to head for the capital city of Oslo to absorb some quintessentially Norwegian culture. Visit the Viking Ship Museum and immerse yourself in a uniquely fascinating period of history and the legends which it inspired. No trip to Norway would be complete without sampling some of the renowned and sought-after Norwegian smoked salmon, which has a distinctly deeper flavour than we are used to and is abundant thanks to the country’s long coastlines and deep turquoise Fjords. There are as many different ways to eat it as there are Norwegians!