July holidays

As summer is starting and you are looking for your next holiday, why not book a Nature house? All of our accommodations are completely in nature, this could be in the middle of a forest, at the beach, near a lake, you name it. Whether you travel with two, your family, or an entire group, we offer accommodations for all. Have a look around and find the perfect Nature house for your July holiday.

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July holidays

The Netherlands is renowned worldwide as a country of windmills, canals, and tulips, and the numerous tourist attractions of today's tourists can indeed find them. But along with the many fabulous gardens and picturesque villages, the lively capital of Amsterdam will also be on view here. Also, Perhaps the nature of holidays in Germany is better defined by history, culture, and natural beauty. Visitors may choose a special place to visit with its many historic towns and towns, as well as an abundance of forests and mountains. Sightseeing or artistic events should occur in cities such as Munich, Frankfurt, and Hamburg. In contrast, those interested in entertainment should visit locations such as the Bavarian Alps, the Black Forest and the Rhine Valley to make the most of your July holidays.

Nature awaits you

Beeches, oaks, and other deciduous trees form one-third of the forests; as a result of reforestation, conifers are growing. The upper mountains are dominated by the spruce and the fir trees, while the sandy soil contains pine and larch. There are a lot of ferns, flowers, mosses, and fungi. There's plenty of fish in the rivers and the North Sea, and you can go fishing in your July holidays. The deers, wild boars, mouflons, foxes, badgers, hare, and limited numbers of beavers are wild animals. Different migratory birds in spring and autumn cross Germany. Wild or big species are almost non-existent in the Netherlands. There are mammals such as red deer, wild pigs, foxes, bagers, fallow deers, mouflons, rabbits, hedgehogs, and bats in the Netherlands. A total of 541 species of birds were recorded. For bird watchers, this sounds interesting. The number consists of the ducks and the most duck-including water birds, like gans and swans. These birds are adapted to marine life with webbed feet, flattered bills, and feeders that are good for draining water because of the oily layer.

Best things to do here

Canals are just as vital as Venice City's urban landscape, and some of the long-lasting memories are for visitors to explore the city's beautiful waterways. Although many of Amsterdam's best tourist attractions are easily accessible by boat or water taxi – including most major museums and art galleries – there's nothing magnificent to stroll along the narrower, smaller streets that line the waterways. Explore these 400-year-old streets in Grachtengordel; you will be rewarded with examples of beautiful architecture, small shops, cafés, and gardens. Watch for the many houseboats moored along the canals.

Dam Square is a must-visit in Amsterdam, only a 10-minute walk away. In addition to its many restaurants, cafes, and shops, this substantial public square is home to some of the most famous tourist attractions of the region.

Are you looking for a great place to spend the July holidays in the Rhine Valley? Nature.house is at your service. It's an excellent place to start the historical town of Bingen, where the river crosses a deep gorge before it enters the Bacharach valley. Although there are many places to enjoy this beautiful river in Germany, the beautiful Upper Middle Rhine Valley is possibly the most popular place to visit for tourists. Here, this sometimes dramatic riverbed of 65 kilometers consists of over 40 castles and some 60 picturesque medieval cities waiting for either a river cruise or a car to be explored.