Houses, cottages and holiday homes in New Zealand
Sometimes overshadowed by its Australian neighbour, New Zealand is a land of breathtaking scenery; snow-capped mountains, active volcanoes, verdant rainforests, craggy coastlines and sweeping golden beaches – a holiday rental opportunity for everyone, whatever your needs. If arriving from Europe or the Americas, you will have travelled a long way to be here, so why not make the most of your visit and stay a few weeks – you could even book more than one holiday house in New Zealand in different parts of the country so you really get to explore. New Zealand is spread over several small islands. The more developed North Island is home to the main cities, whilst the vast empty spaces of South Island are best for escaping the crowds and seeking out a more secluded and one off style of holiday house in New Zealand. For nature lovers, you will not be disappointed when you're away from the towns. Plant and animal life abound, and going to the right place will give you opportunities to see the varied birdlife (including the world famous kiwi birds), seals, dolphins and whales.
The world’s 14th largest island, New Zealand’s north island has masses to offer the visitor. With spectacular scenery and endless activities on offer, holiday rentals here will give you the chance to truly explore.
A holiday house in New Zealand’s south island give you the chance to explore wide open spaces, grand landscapes, spectacular mountain ranges, fjords, golden sand beaches and forest. Why wouldn’t you go?!
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For wine and food lovers, find a holiday house in New Zealand in two of the richest New World wine regions on the planet and taste wonderful cuisine. For the outdoor enthusiasts who are taking the gentle approach, stroll on moody beaches, tramp through the national parks or over alpine passes. For those who want all out adventure, the country is perfect for every kind of outdoor activity and some of the world's most cutting-edge adventure activities are on offer. If you've got an excess of adrenalin, try bungee jumping, caving or white-water rafting. Or if that is not your bag, immerse yourself in culture in the museums and galleries of New Zealand's main cities - Auckland, Christchurch and the capital Wellington where your holiday house in New Zealand (or apartment) can give you a taste of the city life.