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Already planning? The most sought-after destinations for holiday home holidays in summer 2024

2023-12-10T15:17:45.638Z

Highlights: Search queries for holiday homes have increased by 13.8 percent compared to the previous year. The Baltic Sea with its famous spa architecture, lighthouses, promenades and dunes will be particularly popular again next summer. Bavaria and the first foreign holiday destination, the Istrian peninsula in Croatia, are also popular. June is cheaper than July for holidaymakers, but on average July is 28 percent more expensive. The cheapest region is in Southern Denmark in June, with an average price of 186 euros per night.



Status: 10.12.2023, 16:02 PM

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Holidays in a holiday home are very popular again in 2024 - so if you still want to find accommodation, you should be quick. But which regions are most sought-after by German travellers?

Those who are already diligently planning their summer vacation for 2024 will notice that demand is already very high again - for holiday homes alone, search queries have increased by 13.8 percent compared to the previous year, as the holiday home booking portal HomeToGo informs. Holidays in your own accommodation, which offers the possibility of self-catering and more privacy, are therefore becoming more and more popular, even after the Corona pandemic. But where do Germans want to spend their holidays next summer?

Most sought-after holiday home destinations for summer 2024

It is still the classics among the holiday destinations that German travellers are drawn to – this is shown by the search queries on HomeToGo. The Baltic Sea with its famous spa architecture, lighthouses, promenades and dunes will be particularly popular again next summer. Compared to the previous year, demand has even increased by around 15 percent.

RankSought-after regionDemand compared to 2022Median price per night per accommodation (June/July)
1.Baltic Sea, Germany+ 15.44 percent145 Euro/186 Euro
2.Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany+ 36.38 percent138 Euro/167 Euro
3.Schleswig-Holstein, Germany+ 26.15 percent128 Euro/150 Euro
4.Bavaria, Germany+ 36.87 percent119 Euro/142 Euro
5.Istria, Croatia- 4.67 percent203 Euro/300 Euro
6.Brittany, France+ 65.00 percent110 Euro/177 Euro
7.Tuscany, Italy+ 18.58 percent174 Euro/252 Euro
8.Lower Saxony, Germany+ 4.03 percent166 Euro/165 Euro
9.North Sea, Germany+ 30.69 percent118 Euro/150 Euro
10.Balearic Islands, Spain- 6.59 percent380 Euro/394 Euro

Source: HomeToGo

But also in general, the Baltic states, i.e. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Schleswig-Holstein, seem to be popular as a travel destination, because they also occupy 2nd and 3rd place among the most sought-after destinations for holiday home vacationers next summer. This is followed by Bavaria and the first foreign holiday destination, the Istrian peninsula in Croatia. There is also a particularly increased interest in Brittany, France, where search queries have risen by 65 percent compared to the previous year. The same applies to North Rhine-Westphalia (+84.55 percent) and the Piedmont region in Italy (+84.31 percent).

Next summer it will probably be crowded again on the Baltic Sea - at least the demand for holiday home accommodation has risen sharply again. © Karl-Heinz Spremberg/Imago

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Plan your summer vacation 2024: June is cheaper than July

If you are flexible when planning your trip, it is better to leave in June than in July: "There are a few regions that are cheaper in July than in June, but on average July is 28 percent more expensive than June," says Jonas Upmann, spokesman for HomeToGo. "So it's always worth comparing where you can find the best deals. The prices for holiday homes depend very much on the location, the equipment and the specific travel time."

On the Baltic Sea, for example, the median price for an overnight stay in June is 145 euros per night and accommodation – in July it is 186 euros. The cheapest region is in Southern Denmark in June, with an average price of 102 euros, while in July it is accommodations in Rhineland-Palatinate where holidaymakers can save the most with an average of 104 euros.

Source: merkur

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