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Why not rent a holiday home in Jutland?

Long sandy beaches, unique nature and great attractions - that's Jutland! As Denmark's largest region, it is a great destination for a wonderful holiday ....

Holiday cottage rental Jutland
Jutland has rolling hills, the Wadden Sea, Thy and Mols Bjerge national parks and beautiful cities such as Aarhus, Ebsjberg and Aalborg. The Little Belt and Limfjord are inlets with picturesque lakes and are popular for water sports. Jutland is simply fantastic. You can explore it all from your holiday home in Denmark.
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Jutland from east to west

West Jutland
The west coast of Jutland is a popular destination for a North Sea holiday in Denmark
Take a trip to Blåvand in West Jutland, for example. In the summer it is pleasantly busy. Off the coast, on Denmark's Wadden Islands, you'll find more peace and quiet.

Central Jutland
Looking for a more action-packed holiday? Then head to Midtjylland. It is an ideal destination for an active holiday in Denmark. Here you can fish, canoe, cycle, sail, swim and much more. Of course, you'll also find Legoland in Midtjylland.

East Jutland
The east coast of Jutland is also a great place for a holiday. Cities like Aarhus and Kolding are absolutely beautiful. The beaches here are wide and child-friendly. Bring your dog to Denmark? Then Jutland is also a good choice.

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Selected holiday homes Jutland

Holiday Home Resort Billund Classic Plus 8 8 CL+8)

Billund, Lolland Falster und Mön, Denmark

8 Persons

4 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 519 per night

Holiday Home Resort Billund Classic Plus 4 ( CL+4)

Billund, Lolland Falster und Mön, Denmark

4 Persons

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 336 per night

Holiday Home Resort Billund Nordic Plus 8 ( BN+8)

Billund, Lolland Falster und Mön, Denmark

8 Persons

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 472 per night

Holiday Home Resort Billund Classic Plus 6 ( CL+6)

Billund, Lolland Falster und Mön, Denmark

8 Persons

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 384 per night

Holiday Home Resort Billund Design Plus 6 ( DE+6)

Billund, Lolland Falster und Mön, Denmark

6 Persons

3 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 389 per night

Holiday Home Fur, Denmark

Fur, North west coast/Thy, Denmark

6 Persons

3 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 121 per night

Holiday Home Fanø, Denmark

Fanø island, Denmark

5 Persons

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 129 per night

Holiday Home Glesborg, Denmark

Glesborg, North Djursland/Fjellerup strand, Denmark

10 Persons

4 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 177 per night

Holiday Home Sydals, Denmark

Sydals, Als island, Denmark

6 Persons

3 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 121 per night

Holiday Home Saltum, Denmark

Saltum, North west coast/Jammer bay, Denmark

6 Persons

3 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 201 per night

Holiday Jutland:

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Where is Jutland?

Jutland, also known as the Jutland Peninsula, is located in the western part of Denmark. It is the largest peninsula in Northern Europe and stretches between the North Sea in the west and the Baltic Sea in the east. Jutland can be reached from the Danish capital, Copenhagen, via the Great Belt Bridge (Storebæltsbroen) and the Little Belt Bridge (Lillebæltsbroen).
​​​​​​​It is also connected to Germany in the south via the mainland. Known for its varied landscape, historic towns and coastal regions, Jutland is a popular destination for tourists wishing to experience Denmark's natural beauty and cultural diversity.

What are the geographical features of Jutland?

Geographically, Jutland is known for its varied landscape. In the west you will find miles of sandy beaches, dunes and marshland, while the east is dominated by hills and fjords. The west coast is also known for its rugged North Sea, while the east coast is calmer and leads to the Baltic Sea.

What are the major cities in Jutland?

Jutland has several larger cities that are both culturally and economically important. Here are some of the major cities in Jutland:

Aarhus: Aarhus is the largest city in Jutland and the second largest city in Denmark. A dynamic cultural centre, Aarhus offers a wide range of cultural attractions including museums, galleries, theatres and music venues. The city of Aarhus is also known for its lively restaurant and bar scene and modern architecture.

Aalborg: Aalborg is a charming city in North Jutland and one of the oldest cities in Denmark. It has a wealth of historical attractions, including medieval churches, castles and half-timbered houses. Aalborg is also known for its lively nightlife and diverse restaurant scene.

Esbjerg: Esbjerg is a port city on the west coast of Jutland and an important economic centre in the region. The city is known for its important role in the oil and gas industry, as well as its fishing and shipping activities. Esbjerg also has a rich cultural scene and is a popular destination for tourists wishing to explore the coastal landscape and nearby islands.

Randers: Randers is a picturesque town in Eastern Jutland and one of the oldest towns in the country. It is known for its well-preserved old town with historic buildings, churches and half-timbered houses. Randers also offers a wide range of leisure activities, including parks, museums and events for the whole family. These Jutland towns offer a wealth of sights, activities and cultural experiences for visitors of all ages and tastes.

What are the cultural attractions in Jutland?

Jutland offers a wealth of cultural attractions, including historic castles such as Egeskov Castle and Gråsten Castle, museums such as Moesgaard Museum and ARoS Art Museum in Aarhus, and archaeological sites such as Jelling Archaeological Site, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Egeskov Castle:

Egeskov Castle, one of the best-preserved moated castles in Europe, is picturesquely situated on the island of Funen, which is geographically part of Jutland. The castle dates from the 16th century and is surrounded by a large park with various gardens, a maze and a number of historic buildings. Visitors can tour the castle, explore its rich history and admire its impressive architecture.

Gråsten Castle:

Gråsten Castle, a royal castle in southern Jutland, is known for its picturesque location on the shores of Lake Gråsten and its role as a royal summer residence. The castle dates from the 16th century and is surrounded by a large park. During the summer months, the castle is open to visitors who can take guided tours and admire the magnificent interior.

Moesgaard Museum:
The Moesgaard Museum near Aarhus is an archaeological and ethnographic museum with a fascinating collection of artefacts from Danish history and culture. Highlights include the well-preserved bog bodies, the impressive Viking exhibition and the interactive displays that give a glimpse of Denmark's prehistoric past.

ARoS Art Museum:
The ARoS Art Museum in Aarhus is one of the largest art museums in Northern Europe and is known for its impressive modern architecture, crowned by a spectacular rainbow panorama over the city. The museum houses an extensive collection of contemporary art by Danish and international artists, and offers regularly changing exhibitions and events.

Jelling Archaeological Site:
The Jelling Archaeological Site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most important archaeological sites in Denmark. It consists of the impressive Jelling Stones from the 10th century, which are considered national symbols of Denmark. The site is closely associated with the Christianisation of Denmark and the reign of King Harald Bluetooth and offers a glimpse into early Danish history and culture.

There is plenty more to see and do in Jutland. Explore it all from your holiday home in Jutland.

What language is spoken in Jutland?

The language of Jutland is, of course, Danish. However, English is also spoken and understood, especially in the tourist areas and larger towns.

Are there any specialities in Jutland?

Jutland's regional cuisine offers a variety of delicious specialities such as smørrebrød (sandwiches), meatballs, labskaus (a dish made of smoked meat, potatoes and turnips) and a variety of fresh fish dishes.
Be sure to try Stjerneskud, which means 'star shot' and is a Danish fish speciality often found in Jutland. It consists of smoked and fried fish (usually plaice or sole) served on toast and garnished with prawns, caviar, lettuce and tartar sauce.
And of course, Rødgrød med fløde! This is a traditional Danish dessert that is also very popular in Jutland. It is a type of fruit pudding made with red berries such as strawberries, raspberries or redcurrants and served with whipped cream. Yummy!

What kind of activities can I do in Jutland?

There are plenty of activities for visitors of all ages and tastes in Jutland.

Walk the coastal paths:
Jutland has a stunning coastline with miles of sandy beaches, picturesque cliffs and idyllic bays. There are many walking trails along the coast that take visitors through breathtaking natural scenery. The most popular routes include the Gendarmstien in Sønderjylland and the North Sea Trail along the entire west coast. Walkers can enjoy the fresh sea air, fascinating flora and fauna and spectacular views of the sea.

Cycle through picturesque countryside:
Jutland is a cyclist's paradise with a well-developed network of cycle paths through picturesque countryside and charming villages. There are routes for cyclists of all abilities, from leisurely tours along the coast to challenging routes through hilly terrain. Visitors can hire bikes locally or bring their own and explore the beauty of the Danish countryside on two wheels.

Water sports including surfing and sailing:
With its long coastline and often windy conditions, Jutland is a popular destination for water sports enthusiasts. Surfers will find world-class surfing spots on the west coast, including the famous Cold Hawaii in Klitmøller. Sailors can take advantage of the many marinas and sailing clubs along the coast and embark on sailing adventures in the North Sea or Baltic Sea. There are surf schools and sailing courses for beginners.

Bird watching in the nature reserves along the coast:
Jutland is rich in natural habitats and offers many opportunities for bird watching. In the nature reserves along the coast, such as the Wadden Sea National Park and Thy National Park, visitors can observe a wide variety of bird species, including migratory birds, waders and seabirds. Bird watching towers and hides provide the perfect setting to experience the fascinating world of birds in their natural environment.

These activities allow visitors to experience the diversity and beauty of Jutland's nature and to enjoy unforgettable nature experiences.

What is the climate like in Jutland?

Jutland has a temperate climate. Summers in Jutland are pleasantly mild to warm. Average temperatures are usually between 15°C and 20°C, but can be higher. The longest days of the year provide plenty of daylight for outdoor activities and exploration.
Winters in Jutland are comparatively mild, although there can be cold spells. The average temperature is between 0°C and 5°C, although frost and snow are not uncommon, but usually do not last long. The winter months offer a quieter atmosphere for sightseeing and activities such as leisurely walks along the coast.

How do you get to Jutland?

Jutland is well connected to the Danish transport network. There are motorways, railways and bus routes linking the region to other parts of Denmark.

The E45, also known as the Herning Motorway, crosses Jutland from south to north and is the region's main artery. From Copenhagen, you can reach Jutland via the E20 and the Storebæltsbroen (Great Belt Bridge).

DSB (Danske Statsbaner) trains run between Copenhagen and several cities in Jutland, including Aarhus, Aalborg, Esbjerg and Fredericia. The journey from Copenhagen to Aarhus takes about 3 hours. International trains from Germany (e.g. from Hamburg) also offer connections to Jutland.

Jutland is connected to other parts of Scandinavia by ferry. The ferry ports of Esbjerg and Hirtshals have regular ferry connections to Norway (e.g. Bergen) and the Faroe Islands. There are also ferry connections from Hirtshals to Sweden (e.g. Gothenburg) and Iceland. The ferries are a comfortable and scenic way to get to Jutland.

Wonderful holidays in Jutland

Whether you choose a holiday home by the coast or stay in one of the historic towns, a holiday in Jutland promises unforgettable experiences and memories.

On our website you will find a wide range of holiday homes in Jutland that will make you feel at home during your stay. From traditional Danish country houses to modern beach villas, there is something to suit every taste.

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