HOLIDAY HOMES IN DENMARK IN THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACES

Holiday home Denmark with pool

Are you planning to take your four-legged friend on holiday and want to make sure your accommodation is dog-friendly? We have good news for you! There are many holiday homes in different regions of Denmark that are suitable for pets, so you can enjoy a carefree holiday with your dog.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
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Holiday cottage in Denmark with dog

There are many regions in Denmark that are perfect for a holiday with your dog. If you are looking for a suitable place for a relaxing holiday with your four-legged friend, then you have come to the right place!

Choose a holiday home in the majestic inland of Denmark and visit Copenhagen or Aarhus. The coastal regions of Jutland are particularly dog-friendly, with beautiful beaches and nature reserves. The islands of Funen and Seeland also offer plenty of opportunities for relaxing walks and excursions with your dog.

A holiday home by the sea in Denmark is perfect for you and your fun-loving friend. Choose a holiday home in Vordingborg, for example, and enjoy breathtaking views of the sea and nature.

Skagen is also a great place to bring your dog. The grassy surroundings offer plenty of space for your family and your dog to have endless fun. Whether you are looking for a cosy cottage on the coast or a spacious villa inland, you are sure to find a home in Denmark to suit your needs. Book your stay in a dog-friendly holiday home today and enjoy an unforgettable holiday with your four-legged friend!

Frequently asked questions about holidaying with your dog in Denmark

Holiday homes in Denmark

Selected holiday homes with dog

Holiday Home Knebel, Denmark

Knebel, Mols, Ebeltoft, Denmark

6 Persons

3 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 108 per night

Holiday Home Lemvig, Denmark

Lemvig, Fjand, Vrist, Vejlby Klit, Thorsminde, Denmark

8 Persons

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 191 per night

Holiday Home "Solhytten"

Væggerløse, Falster, Marielyst, Denmark

8 Persons

5 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 132 per night

Holiday Home Ringkøbing, Denmark

Ringkøbing, Holmsland Klit North, Søndervig, Denmark

6 Persons

3 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 140 per night

Holiday Home Lemvig, Denmark

Lemvig, Klitmøller, Vorupør, Agger, Denmark

10 Persons

6 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms

€ 482 per night

Holiday Home Nexø, Denmark

Nexø, Balka, Snogebæk, Denmark

6 Persons

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 297 per night

Holiday Home Knebel, Denmark

Knebel, Mols, Ebeltoft, Denmark

4 Persons

3 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 189 per night

Holiday Home Samsø, Denmark

Samsø, Denmark

6 Persons

3 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 114 per night

Holiday Home Hvide Sande, Denmark

Hvide Sande, Søndervig, Holmsland Klit, Årgab, Denmark

6 Persons

3 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 177 per night

Apartment Gråsten, Denmark

Gråsten, Southeast coast, Hejlsminde, Denmark

6 Persons

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 141 per night

Is Denmark a dog-friendly country?

Denmark is considered an extremely dog-friendly destination. The country offers a variety of dog-friendly beaches, dog-friendly accommodation and extensive nature areas where dogs are often allowed to run off-leash. Denmark values the needs of dog owners and their four-legged companions, making it a popular destination for holidaymakers with dogs. There are also few bureaucratic hurdles to entering the country with dogs, making it easier to plan a holiday with your beloved pet.

What are the rules for travelling to Denmark with a dog?

There are certain rules that must be observed when travelling to Denmark with a dog. Your dog must have a microchip, a valid rabies vaccination and an EU pet passport.
The rabies vaccination must have been given at least 21 days before entry and the dog must be at least 12 weeks old on entry. Quarantine is not required. It is advisable to check current regulations before travelling as they are subject to change.

Are there any special dog beaches in Denmark?

Denmark has a number of special off-leash dog beaches.
Denmark has many dog-friendly areas, ideal for a holiday with your four-legged friend. Some recommended areas are
North Jutland: The extensive beaches and dunes are perfect for long walks with your dog.
Bornholm: This island in the Baltic Sea has beautiful beaches and plenty of nature trails.
Römø: Known for its wide sandy beach, Römø is a popular destination for dog owners. Dogs are allowed off-leash at Lakolk Beach.
Lolland-Falster: The islands of Lolland and Falster offer dog-friendly beaches and quiet areas for relaxing walks.
Funen: This island is known for its green landscapes and dog-friendly areas, ideal for nature lovers.
Zealand:
Dog forests on Zealand:
There are specially designated dog forests on Zealand where dogs can run free. One example is the dog forest in Hareskoven, north of Copenhagen.
Beaches near Copenhagen: Some parts of the coast near Copenhagen, such as Bellevue Beach, are dog-friendly and offer the opportunity for relaxing walks by the sea.

There are many coastal resorts that have special areas for dogs and their owners to enjoy a carefree day by the sea.

What can I do with my dog in Denmark?

There are many dog-friendly activities in Denmark that you can enjoy with your four-legged friend. These include long walks along the coast, in forests and parks. Dogs are allowed to run off the leash at some beaches.
There are also special dog forests where your dog can run free. Many outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling and even boating are often dog-friendly in Denmark. Follow local rules and regulations to make sure your dog is welcome.​​​​​​​

Are dogs allowed in Danish restaurants and cafés?

Many Danish restaurants and cafés welcome dogs, especially outdoors. Many restaurants offer outdoor seating, where dogs are often allowed. However, it is advisable to check before you go, as the rules may vary from place to place. Some restaurants may only allow dogs on certain seats or terraces, while others may have restrictions. Always respect the individual rules and considerations of each location.

Are there any special accommodation facilities for dog owners?

Yes, there are special accommodations in Denmark that are suitable for dog owners. On our platform you can easily filter holiday accommodations using the search mask to specifically look for those where dogs are allowed. This makes it easier to plan a holiday where your beloved four-legged friend is welcome.

Are dogs allowed on public transport?

Dogs are allowed on most public transport in Denmark. However, the rules may vary depending on the means of transport and the operator. It is common practice to allow dogs on trains and buses, possibly for a small fee. Dogs are often allowed on urban transport such as underground trains and buses, although special rules and leash requirements may apply.

Are there emergency vets and veterinary clinics in Denmark?

There are a number of vets and veterinary clinics in Denmark that provide emergency medical care for pets. Vets can be found in both urban and rural areas.

What should I be aware of when travelling with my dog in Denmark?

Make sure your dog is kept on a lead in certain natural areas and follow local regulations.