Log cabin with hottub

Hottub breaks do not require time to be on your side; it is quite possible to turn on the bath and enjoy the unsurpassed relaxation in winter and autumn, as well as in spring and summer. So when you decide to enjoy a holiday villa with a hot tub, it's entirely up to you, but with hundreds of properties offering blissful bubble relaxation, you can soak up some beautiful surroundings this weekend.

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Immerse yourself in complete peace and relaxation in our log cabins with hottub. Our holiday log cabins are located in some of the most beautiful places in Europe. So as you laze and enjoy among the blissful bubbles, you can look at rolling green fields and valleys, crystal blue waters and bright golden sands.

Hottub breaks do not require time to be on your side; it is quite possible to turn on the bath and enjoy the unsurpassed relaxation in winter and autumn, as well as in spring and summer. So when you decide to enjoy a holiday villa with a hot tub, it's entirely up to you, but with hundreds of properties offering blissful bubble relaxation, you can soak up some beautiful surroundings this weekend.

Nature in Europe

The Arctic desert area covers the European islands in the Arctic Ocean. Their relief is varied. The climate is polar, with negative average annual temperatures and little rainfall, mostly snow. There are places free of ice stony soils on which lichens and mosses grow. The animal world is centered around water - polar bears, walruses, seals and more. The population is small.

The tundra zone covers the island of Iceland and the northern regions of the Scandinavian Peninsula and the Eastern European Plain. The relief is mostly flat, and in some places it is mountainous. The climate is characterized by long, harsh winters and short, cool summers. In summer, only the surface layer of the soil thaws and extensive swamps form on them. The vegetation is mainly of lichens, mosses and a colorful range of grasses. During the short summer period it blooms. The area is inhabited by reindeer, polar fox, polar rabbit, partridge, lemming. Due to the harsh living conditions, the tundra is sparsely populated. The main economic activities are reindeer husbandry, hunting and fishing.

The forest tundra is a transitional zone between the taiga in the south and the tundra in the north. It is characterized by low grassy vegetation and low-growing trees - birches and willows. The most common here are reindeer, white rabbit, tundra partridge.

The forest zone in the temperate zone occupies the largest area in Europe. The relief is flat and in places hilly. In the western parts of the forest belt the climate is temperate oceanic, and in the eastern parts it is temperate continental. The rivers along the Atlantic coast are flooded all year round, and the rest have a spring maximum runoff.

To the north, the vegetation is represented by coniferous forests called taiga. It is dotted with many lakes and swamps. The soils are podzolic and have been frozen for most of the year. Spruce, fir, white pine and larch grow on them. Juniper and blueberry are found.

To the south, coniferous forests gradually turn into mixed and deciduous forests. In Western and Central Europe, where the climate is more humid, beech forests predominate, and in the east oak forests. The soils are cinnamon and brown forest. The animal world in the forests in the temperate zone is rich and diverse. Forest species predominate - fox, wolf, brown bear, deer, deer, squirrel and others. With the exception of the taiga, the area is densely populated and altered by human economic activity.

The forest-steppe zone is a transitional zone between the steppes to the south and the forests in the temperate zone to the north. Among its grassy areas there are deciduous species - oak, beech, linden and others. It inhabits steppe and forest species.

The steppe zone covers the southern parts of the Eastern European plain and parts of the Middle Danube and Lower Danube lowlands. The relief is lowland and flat. The climate is temperate continental, with cold winters and hot summers. Rainfall is mainly in the spring. The flooding of the rivers is associated with snowmelt and maximum rainfall. The soils are chernozem. The natural steppe vegetation is represented mainly by herbaceous species - koilo and fescue, which are inhabited by steppe ferrets, steppe mice, lalugers and others. Today, this natural area is occupied by extensive arable land.

The area of ​​subtropical hilly evergreen forests and shrubs covers the Iberian, Apennine, part of the Balkan Peninsula and the islands in the Mediterranean. It has a varied relief. The climate is subtropical, with mild, humid winters and dry, hot summers. The rivers are short, with autumn-winter high water. Typical of the area are the cinnamon and red earth soils terra rosa. Due to the climatic conditions, the Mediterranean vegetation is evergreen, hardy and drought-loving. Maquis is widespread - low evergreen shrubs of myrtle, oleander, rosemary and others. Forests occupy limited areas. Typical species in them are the Mediterranean pine, cypress, wild olive, cork oak, laurel and others. The natural area is inhabited by snakes, lizards, turtles, wild goats, mouflons, foxes, tailless macaques(in Gibraltar) and others. Today the area is densely populated and economically developed.

Mountain area

The area covers the highest mountains in Europe(Caucasus, Alps, Pyrenees, etc.). With increasing altitude, the climatic elements change, and with them the natural areas. The middle mountainous parts are occupied by brown forest soils, on which deciduous forest vegetation develops. In the highlands, coniferous forests are gradually giving way to alpine shrubs and mountain meadows. In some places the rocky peaks are covered with lichens and mosses. The mountainous area is inhabited by deer, mountain goats, bears, foxes, wild cats and others. The high mountains are sparsely populated.

Varieties of horseback riding tours

There are several options for horseback riding tours - according to the level of service, the way travelers are accommodated and transport support. As for the service, during the routes, either self-service is possible(he cooked himself - he ate it himself), or the work of cooks and grooms.

Tourists can be accommodated in a tent camp or at a tourist center, in a hotel or a tourist shelter. The first option is more romantic, but the others are safer. You can also go on a horse tour with a vehicle that carries all the necessary cargo, or without it - then all the equipment goes to the horses. In this case, it is necessary to select the most hardy animals.

All routes are also divided according to the difficulty level. There is for beginners, intermediate tourists and seasoned travelers. The simplest ones last several hours, the rest can stretch over days and weeks. Again, a lot depends on the endurance of horses and people, because it is not easy to sit in the saddle every day for 7-8 hours.

In addition, horse riding tours vary in length. For example, if you come to rest at a log cabin with hottub, where horseback riding is part of the program, then most often the journey will take only 2-4 hours. And there are multi-day routes with intermediate stops. During such crossings, you can walk hundreds of kilometers and even cross several borders.

Climate Europe

Annual indicators of solar radiation in Europe are at a sufficient level. Values ​​range from 10 to 60 kcal/cm2 from north to south. The movement of air over European territory in winter is determined by the Icelandic and Siberian minima. In January, polar cyclones affect the regions of the Baltic and Mediterranean Seas, the northern part of the British Isles and the southern part of the Scandinavian Peninsula.

In winter, the air from the sea brings warmth to the land, therefore, in general, the temperature is positive throughout the entire European territory. The main precipitation in winter is rains. Except for Scandinavia and Eastern Europe. In these territories, the temperature is negative and there is a stable snow cover.

In summer, the Azores maximum prevails over Europe. The influence of the Siberian and Icelandic cyclones is significantly weakening. Summer temperature depends on the latitude and the amount of sun. The average air temperature varies from north to south from +15°C to +25°C. When moving from west to east across Europe, the air becomes drier, and precipitation decreases from 1000mm to 400mm. In general, the European part of the world belongs to the zone of moderate moisture. Although some coastal areas have excessive rainfall.