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Beach Houses in Ærøskøbing

A beach house on the island of Ærø is not just a beach house. It is a gathering place for families, traditions and good times.

People enjoy life while the midsummer fire is burning or the easter eggs are cooked and rolled - and the sun disappear into the horizon.

The beach houses are situated two places on Ærø: at Erikshale in Marstal and at Vesterstrand in Ærøskøbing.

At both places the houses are beautiful, distinctive and well-maintained down to the smallest detail.

The plots, on which the beach houses are built - are rented indefinitely. And the clauses are strict: no extensions and no installation of electricity or water.

Everything shall stay as it was - only moderate improvements are allowed.

Time stands still at the Vesterstrand and Erikshale when the danish flag Dannebrog is hoisted and the calm waters of the bay is ready for a dip -  and everything is as it has been for the last 100 years.