Holiday homes in Norway
Bungalow.Net's holiday homes in Norway
are beautiful holiday accommodations wonderfully suited for an active holiday, cultural holiday or holiday among nature. All our holiday homes in Norway are fully-furnished and offer secure parking, play areas for children, plenty of comfort and more. You can even book a holiday home with swimming pool or furnished terrace or bring your pet along when you reserve a pet-friendly holiday home in Norway. A holiday in Norway is a versatile holiday, thanks in part to the beautiful and varied natural landscape. For example, off the coast you'll find islands such as the Lofoten islands, while along the coast lie picturesque fjords like Nordfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage site. There are also countless glaciers in Norway, including the largest in Europe, the Briksdalsbreen. Other famous glaciers you'll want to visit from your self-catering holiday home in Norway include Svartisen and Golfgeonna. Living proof that a holiday among nature is very attractive, both for sports enthusiasts and nature lovers. Of course there are also beautiful cities that offer plenty of opportunity for a cultural holiday. The main cultural destination in Norway is Oslo, with wonderful sites like the famous Vigeland sculpture garden. Treat yourself to a fantastic vacation this year and book an affordable holiday home in Norway today!
Expand your holiday horizons with a holiday home in Norway
Discover something new this year with an affordable holiday home in Norway. Norway may surprise you with its beautiful and varied natural landscapes, cultural attractions and array of recreational activities. Set off from your pet-friendly holiday home in Norway and visit the city of Bergen and you'll see what we mean. Known as "the city between seven mountains", it's a perfect holiday destination whether you're into outdoor adventure or you're more of the museum-goer type. Start by exploring one of the famous Seven Mountains, such as Floyen, which is accessible by cable car year round. Or be a part of the annual Seven Mountains Hike and discover them all. With a freestanding holiday home in Norway you're only limited by your imagination. Those looking for the chance to soak up a bit of culture will find themselves at home in Bergen as well. From your cozy holiday home in Norway you can visit historic places such as Troldhaugen, the former home of Edvard Grieg, and Bryggen, the oldest district of the city whose Hanseatic buildings have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Advariet aquarium in Bergen is great if you're spending your holiday with children in Norway. Looking for more options? The city of Bergen is the southern terminus of the Hurtigruten, a sea voyage along the Norwegian coast, a wonderful way to get acquainted with Norway's impressive coastal scenery (don't forget your camera!). Book one of Bungalow.Net's detached holiday homes in Norway now for an unforgettable holiday!
Stave off the mundane with a holiday home in Norway
Bungalow.Net's holiday homes in Norway are the perfect choice if you're looking for the opportunity to enjoy a cultural holiday in Norway. A cultural holiday in Norway comes in all shapes and sizes. For example, you can visit the beautiful medieval stave church in Urnes from your centrally-located holiday home in Norway. In general, the stave churches were built from the 11th to 13th centuries and are the oldest wooden buildings in Norway. The style and beauty of the carvings is impressive and many of these stave churches are World Heritage sites. In Bergen, Norway's second largest city, you can visit St. Mary's church. Built in the 12th century, it's the city's oldest building. The rocky coast of Alta should also be included in your wonderful cultural holiday. Easily within reach of one of our holiday homes on the coast of Norway, history comes to life with the impressive petroglyphs which were first discovered in 1972. The oldest images are 6300 years old. Book a fully-furnished holiday home in Norway today and create memories that will last a lifetime!