Enjoy the comforts of a luxury hotel – in the wilderness. Boozt provides inspiration for where to find the greatest, most unique, and of course most relaxing glamping experiences in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and Norway.
Take a look at our tips for the glamping locations you should visit in the Nordic region.
1. Luxury tent and island ambiance
Featuring wilderness baths, a green setting, and views of the Baltic Sea, Glamping on Ærø is the perfect place to stay for any nature lover. Step out of bed in the large, fancy tent (a cosy haven of soft pillows and lovely little spots to relax in) and you’re just a stone’s throw away from a dip in the deep blue sea, Marstal Maritime Museum, and the town’s charming waterfront.
Glamping on Ærø, Marstal, Denmark
2. Tent suite, sauna, and campfire food
The Lillero glampsite is located right on the beach and with fantastic views of Sejerø Bay. ‘Lillero’ means ‘peace and quiet’ - and that says it all. All you have to worry about is when to eat, swim, take a sauna - oh yes, and to have fun. The site also has a restaurant, Madro, where all food is prepared over a fire featuring delicious ingredients from the local area.
Lillero, Asnæs, Denmark
Not many people think of luxury and glamour when they hear the word ‘camping’. For many inexperienced campers, what springs to mind are nightmarish images of shared toilets, flat airbeds, canned food, and freezing cold nights?
But in recent years, a new trend has emerged in Nordic Summerland – something involving both outdoors and comfort. Glamping (‘glamorous camping’) is a hybrid of swanky hotel life and authentic camping experience, created specifically for those who enjoy the finer things in life who want to combine a close encounter with nature with deluxe accommodation. What’s not to like?
3. American Airstream in a Danish vineyard
Are you a wine connoisseur, a car enthusiast or do you simply love extraordinary experiences? In Tjele you can stay in a genuine 1972 Airstream Sovereign, parked slap bang in the middle of a beautiful vineyard! The ‘land yacht’ has been given a Nordic design makeover and features a double bed, fridge, board games, and record player, and the stay includes an excellent dinner and local wine.
Airstream Sovereign, Tjele, Denmark
4. Cocooned among Norway’s treetops
At Canvas Hove in Færvik, there is not just one, but several options for staying close to nature. Choose from a luxury yurt with its own bathroom, a boat-shaped yurt, or a cocoon-shaped tent in the treetops. Outdoor and nature experiences are a major feature of the accommodation here. SUP, windsurfing, kayaking, underwater safaris, and mountain biking are some of the options available.
Canvas Hove, Færvik, Norway
5. Igloo tent and maybe the Northern Lights
Imagine lying in a warm bed while listening to the crackle of the fire and marvelling at the Northern Lights as they flit across the sky. In Torassieppi, you can spend the night in a so-called Aurora Dome - a large igloo-like tent with a cosy interior and a massive panorama window, overlooking nature, wildlife, stars, and - if you’re lucky - providing a front-row seat at the magical Northern Lights theatre.
Aurora Dome, Torassieppi, Finland
6. Exclusive tents and a surfer atmosphere
Beach bar, sauna, massage, kayaking, and SUPs (stand up paddleboards). Surflogiet in Gotland has it all for anyone craving a real holiday atmosphere and unique activities on, in, and by the water. The place offers luxurious glamping tents in three different sizes – all right on the beach. Grab a welcome drink in the charming bar and chill out to the sound of the roaring waves.
Surflogiet, Gotlands Tofta, Sweden
7. Glass house in a stunning setting
Can nature reduce stress? A few years ago, the glass huts - The 72-Hour Cabins - were built to put that possibility to the test. They are located in an undisturbed, scenic setting and a stay comprises three nights. Each cottage is furnished with a lovely bed, candles, and soft blankets - in other words, everything you need to wind down.
72-Hour Cabins, Henriksholm, Sweden
8. Safari tent with heavenly views
Ansfasteröd Gårdsvik is located between the sea and the forest. Here you can spend the night under the treetops in one of the site’s two charming safari tents. The tents feature a comfortable double bed, kitchen, bath, loft, and a large, cosy veranda. Only three minutes away is the Anfasteröd Gårdsvik Restaurant, serving à la carte dinner and local produce.
Anfasteröd Gårdsvik, Ljungskile, Sweden
8 Glamping Locations in the Nordics
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