Schoorl, Groet and Camperduin lie like a ribbon along the edge of the Schoorlse Duinen National Park, broad dunes with an area of 1800 hectares. The district is distinguished by a varied overgrowth, a few dune streams, kilometres of cycling and hiking paths and three high climbing dunes. On the eastern edge a characteristic Holland polder land is visible. Where the range of dunes stops, the Hondsbos Sea Defence starts with the 'de Putten' bird sanctuary at its foot. The architecture of the village is distinguished by detached houses, mostly villas built in the early 1900s. The different centres have all shopping facilities and small restaurants available.
Petten Beach: Petten Beach ist in Petten nicht in Groet. Petten ist 6 kilometer von Groet auch bei der Nordsee und 400 meter von Strand!!!
Explore the Dutch peninsula's North Sea coast! The Noord-Holland Peninsula's North Sea coast combines kilometres of sand with the unspoilt natural environment of the Noord-Holland Dunes Reserve, popular with walkers and cyclists in summer and winter alike.
Coastline villages such as Bergen, Egmond, Schoorl and Castricum each have their own particular character, on which we will happily elaborate.