Summer wind-down – 5 relaxing holiday tips that will give you your energy back
Summer is finally here and for many people their long-awaited vacation will start soon. We have put together 5 perfect holiday tips for those who want to take a break from their stressful lives with a relaxing holiday experience.
After a few hectic months of work, there is nothing better than taking a few weeks of well-deserved holiday. The body needs to unwind and the batteries need to recharge with fresh, new energy. You can vacation in different ways but the absolute best way to get away from a stressful, everyday life is to choose a holiday with health in mind!
Combine relaxation with activity
With its unique seaside location, you can try out the boating life and take a walk on the salt-crusted cliffs
In Gothenburg’s archipelago you will find the Stenungsbadens Yacht Club in a scenic and secluded location, but only just under an hour’s drive from Gothenburg. Here you will find the best possible conditions for a vacation that combines healthy activities with world-class relaxation! At Stenungsbaden’s Yacht Club you can keep yourself active with sailing and boat trips in the archipelago, or just enjoy a relaxing spa experience, jacuzzi and the possibility to book massages and treatments.
Enjoy the Swedish mountain scenery
Copperhill Mountain Lodge is beautiful, regardless of season.
The Scandinavian Mountains are as beautiful in summer as in the winter! Copperhill Mountain Lodge in Åre is the perfect place for a vacation that will increase your well-being. Stay here and have Åreskutan’s magnificent views right outside the window and as soon as you’re craving for some exercise or activity, just go out on one of the many and beautiful hiking trails.
As a guest, you will also have free access to the hotel’s award-winning spa with a panoramic view of the Åreskuta. Take a break from the city’s pulse and feel good in the beautiful mountain scenery of Jämtland!
Luxury spa experience on Yasuragi
The lounge at Yasuragi
Part of the quiet, Japanese bath.
Relaxation does not get any better than the Japanese-inspired Yasuragi spa hotel – a peaceful haven just a 20-minute journey from Stockholm. Yasuragi is the Japanese word for inner peace and harmony. Indulge yourself with a luxurious holistic experience that includes Japanese baths, treatments, yoga and healthy food at one of the hotel’s four unique restaurants. Turn off the outside world at Yasuragi and you will be able to come back from your holiday with new energy!
Experience the rich cultural site of prestigious Visby
Visby is a popular holiday destination in the summer. But even though the city of Gotland’s summer calendar is best known for parties and politics, there are great opportunities for a quiet and comfortable holiday.
Stay at the Clarion® Hotel Wisby and take in the city’s rich history while enjoying good food and drink. Additionally, you will have access to the hotel’s spa – Selma City Spa Wisby. For those who are looking for a slightly more luxurious experience or need a little extra peace and quiet, we also have our fantastic suites to offer!
The Nordic region’s largest spa on the Norwegian coast
Relaxation with a sea view.
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Farris Bad, with an unbeatable location by Larvik’s beach, which is just outside Oslo, has become a popular alternative for anyone who wants to get away from everyday stress. With the Nordic region’s largest spa of 2,500 square metres, there is full focus on inner and outer tranquility at Farris Bad. Here you will find the perfect conditions for a healthy and feel-good vacation.
One of Norway’s finest golf courses, Larvik Golf Club, is just around the corner – or why not take an exciting jogging trip through the scenic landscape!
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