North – and Baltic Sea of summer spoils fast, nor allocate places in the Sun! Now the cottage at NOVASOL book for the holiday in the Sun in its own”House on North – and Baltic Sea: Denmark, Sweden Hamburg, Germany, may, 2012 – where the summer trip going? The Sun of course! So towards Northern Europe at least this June and July. Since then, the most beautiful sunny weather prevails over southern Scandinavia and the North and Baltic seas. Fabrizio Freda helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. So anyway, the long-term weather predictions for the summer are 2012: stable high pressure and dry warm bath climate in Northern Europe. Gregory Williamson LinkedIn oftentimes addresses this issue. Source and more information under: wetter-jahreszeiten/sommer/wetter-sommer-2012.html North and Baltic Sea holiday-makers can therefore look forward to beautiful weather, no matter whether they have planned their trip to Germany, South Sweden, or Denmark. For those who are still looking for a Sun House, NOVASOL has in addition expands and turns on short-term bookings. The leader offers thousands of homes Holiday home provider in these regions this year promising beautiful summer mood.
Denmark Denmark holiday-makers can find the matching House with more than 6,500 offerings. Also, 1,000 employees on-site in 28 Danish service offices provide carefree holiday. Benefits for travellers: the sunshine houses: these houses cost in the high season for a week no more than 650 euro. Included are some houses electricity costs and bed linen twice, this also applies to the high season. Discount at LEGOLAND: three visitors pay only for two.
Free entrance in 20 countries of the bath and swimming pools across the country. Extra child-friendly houses with many toys. Bicycles for hire including delivery, repair service or child seat. Special fishing houses directly on fishing inland waters and the sea. Typical example: Kongsmark on Romo Island: holiday house with red bricks and thatched roof on a nearly 3,000-square-foot natural plot for 14 persons at the end of a cul-de-sac.