Zandvoort is known primarily for its 9 km long sandy beach.
Water and beach fun
41 beach pavilions
Directly opposite the park and the hotel's beach is located with its multitude of possibilities to engage in active. From swimming and diving about playing frisbee up for kitesurfing. Here the zest are no limits. Of course, you can also relax in one of the many beach pavilions. Since May 2004, blowing on the beach again the 'Blue Flag'. This international quality mark is the symbol of clean and safe beaches.
The National Park Kennemerland is a haven for those who love nature.
3800 acres of dunes
Ideal for recreational activities in nature
Rare flora and fauna
In this unique dune landscape you can to your heart's desire hiking, biking, horseback riding and swimming. On the walks through various parts of the dunes, you have the option of rare birds, butterflies and dragonflies to observe who have found a home here. And on the wooded edge layers live bats. Bunkers and tank traps from the 2nd World War II can be also the historical aspect not be neglected.
Like to Haarlem?
The Grote Markt is the beating heart of the historic center for centuries. Once at the foot of the statue of Laurens Jansz Coster ('Lautje' for the Haarlemmermeer) You decide in which direction you want to go.
Museums, buildings with a suitable atmosphere, cozy economies and infinitely many quality shops make for a very attractive city center. Go back in time ... If you look around on the court so you are eye to eye with the late Gothic St. Bavo church opposite, or the town hall from the 14th Century, the beautiful and imposing meat hall by the architect Lieven de Key. Stroll to the dreamy canals and past the bustling Spaarne, admire the magnificent facades and experience the splendor of the gold ends century. Where you can feel this better than in the Frans Hals Museum? Then visit the Teylers museum, the oldest museum in the Netherlands
where you were, equal to the 19th Century goes.
Incidentally, this applies also for the Museum Cruquius, a few kilometers from Haarlem. This old Steam Pumping Station is housed in a world-famous neogothic waterworks from 1849 with the largest steam engine in the world. Cruquius, together with two other steam pumping stations within three years, the Haarlemmermeer
pumped out. Since then, time and steam engine stand there unaffected. In 1936 it was converted into a museum. you can learn here the centuries-long struggle between man and sea. On 4 June 2002 set Crown Prince Willem Alexander the Cruquius machine hydraulically moving again.
Do you want to go to Amsterdam?
The bustling metropolis of Amsterdam has so much to offer tourists.
Think about it. Sometimes to the internationally renowned museums such as the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House of course Amsterdam offers you more: Think of the Wallen, the many picturesque markets, bustling shopping streets and of course the fabulous canal belt with its famous canal houses.
All these attractions may be soon conservation Unesco! The canal houses look best during a pleasant canal cruise. During the day or evening, everything is possible here. briefly summarized: Amsterdam has to offer them a lot of attractions. For everyone to his taste!
Would you like to visit Madame Toussauds? Or you want to take a cruise with City tour? When VVV Zandvoort you can book a range of excursions, tours and tickets. So you do not have call waiting, you know for sure that you get a place and book also contribute extra cheap!