Hasle Feriepark. Lovely holiday homes
Hasle Feriepark is situated in beautiful natural surroundings in the old fishing town of Hasle, on the west coast of Bornholm. You will be staying in an idyllic wooded area, close to a sandy beach, which is one of the hidden gems of Bornholm
Look forward to lovely holiday homes, all designed for 4 to 6 people. If there are ”only” 2 of you, you may be eligible for a special discount. Read more about our Doubles’ Discount here.
The holiday homes have private terraces with views of the woods. Get comfortable in the garden furniture and relax, following a day full of holiday adventures. Perhaps delicious fish from the local smokehouse is on the menu for dinner.
Woods, beach, and lots of fun
Go an explore the woods, and do bring a picnic. Just 400 meters along the wooded paths and you will arrive at one of the best beaches on Bornholm. The swimming pool in Hasle Feriepark (heated between 15 May and 15 September), and children’s pool (heated between 15 May and 31 August), are also available for you to enjoy. The water is heated using solar power, so if the weather is particularly sunny, the pool might stay open for longer. Visit the multi arena, with soccer and basketball courts, hockey lane, and beach volleyball court. Furthermore, Hasle Feriepark offers miniature golf, a large playground and a bouncy cushion.
Go for a bicycle ride
The terrain around Hasle Feriepark is ideal for running or cycling. The bicycle lanes begin just 100 meters from Hasle Feriepark, and there are great mountain biking routes in the woods. In addition to regular bicycles, you can hire racing bicycles, mountain bikes, and electric bicycles, from the reception.
Sunsets and dinosaur hunts
Remember to enjoy the beautiful sunsets on an evening walk along the beach. The sandy dunes along the coast of Hasle have been there for around 170 million years. Back then, the sauropods ruled Bornholm. The sauropod was a dinosaur, which, with its 40 meters, was the largest animal to ever walk the earth. You can search for fossils in the sand at the beach, where a fossilised footprint from one of the smaller sauropods have been found – it was ”only” 20 meters long.