Find the best place to stay — Municipality of Zandvoort

Where to stay around Municipality of Zandvoort?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 110 vacation rentals near Municipality of Zandvoort. From 71 apartments to 23 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Municipality of Zandvoort are on HomeAway.

What are the main cities to discover in Municipality of Zandvoort?

Whether you're traveling with family or friends, here are the cities with the largest selection of vacation rentals for a holiday trip or just for a weekend in Municipality of Zandvoort:

  • Amsterdam: 1,491 rentals
  • The Hague: 301 rentals
  • Alkmaar: 896 rentals
  • Zaandam: 1,141 rentals
  • Bergen: 888 rentals

For other cities, please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available.

Can I find easy-access vacation rentals when traveling by plane to Municipality of Zandvoort?

Yes of course. Our owners offer a large selection of vacation rentals near airports. The airports with a large selection of vacation rentals in Municipality of Zandvoort are:

  • Schiphol Airport (AMS): 1,773 vacation rentals
  • Hoofddorp (QHZ): 1,747 vacation rentals
  • Valkenburg Airport (LID): 713 vacation rentals

For other airports, please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available.

Fast times in fun-filled Zandvoort

It's fast, it's fun, it's Zandvoort. Once a sleepy fishing village, it's now a haven for beach bums and petrol heads alike. Its sandy beaches, grassy coastal dunes, and lively bars, restaurants, and nightclubs draw visitors from all over Western Europe and beyond. Zandvoort's also known to motorsports fans all over the world. The Circuit Park Zandvoort is not only the country's most prominent race track, it's also the spiritual home of Dutch motorsports. With Zandvoort vacation rentals, you're always close to the action.

Keeping up the pace, on and off the beach

When you come to Zandvoort, you come for its wide sandy beaches. There are plenty of activities to keep you occupied, including kitesurfing, hang gliding, and sailing. If you'd rather keep your feet on the ground, then just chill at 1 of the dozens of beachside bars and restaurants. Off the beach, motorsport fans will love Circuit Park Zandvoort, which has regular race events, while families will go ape for Circus Zandvoort, a sprawling recreation center with fairground games, an arcade, and a cinema complex.

Zandvoort—it'll get your motor running

A vacation in Zandvoort is never complete without a visit to the race track that bears its name. Built in 1948, Circuit Park Zandvoort hosted the Dutch Grand Prix over 30 times. There are professional race events throughout the year, both on 2 and 4 wheels, for you to enjoy. And if that's not enough for you, then get behind the wheel of a Ferrari and lay down your own rubber (just make sure that you've got the right license first).

Sun, sea, and T-shirts fit a Zandvoort summer perfectly

Because of Zandvoort's coastal location, it's a little bit cooler than most of the country. However, Zandvoort does experience nice summers. In July and August, a T-shirt will do you nicely, as temperatures reach into the mid-70s. Even in early fall, you'll find shortsleeves are enough, as temperatures can still reach into the low 70s. While it's drier than most other parts of the country, Zandvoort does get the odd rain shower, particularly in winter. Given its popularity, Zandvoort gets pretty busy in summer, so September is always a good choice if you want to avoid the crowds.

Catching a glimpse of the lesser-spotted wisent

Nearby Zuid-Kennemerland National Park covers almost 4,000 acres. Its limestone dunes, wide beaches, and lush coastal forests are popular with hikers, cyclists, and swimmers alike. The inland dunes are covered with shrubs, which attract a variety of songbirds. The park's also home to many species of deer, squirrel, and hedgehog, as well rabbit and fox. You'll also spot some gnarly-looking Highland cattle, plus the rarely-spotted wisent. These European bison can be dangerous, and therefore graze in areas not publicly accessible. The wisents may be observed from either a viewing platform or a walking path (closed between March and September).