Seaside houses

Because of the Netherlands' winding coastal geography, there are many fantastic beaches to be found within its boundaries along with nature house's seaside houses. In addition, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and The Hague are close to several well-known resort towns known for their golden beaches, glistening seas, and pickled herring stands.

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Seaside houses

Because of the Netherlands' winding coastal geography, there are many fantastic beaches to be found within its boundaries along with nature house's seaside houses. In addition, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and The Hague are close to several well-known resort towns known for their golden beaches, glistening seas, and pickled herring stands. The Netherlands is surrounded by water, with a coastline that stretches for more than 450 kilometers. Beautiful beaches can be found all over this coastline. Beaches on Dutch estuaries, such as the Oosterschelde, and the inland waters of the IJsselmeer lake are also accessible by many tourists every year

How to spend your Day?

By rail, Zandvoort aan Zee is about 20 miles west of Haarlem and is situated west of Amsterdam. The city's northern coastline runs into Zuid-Kennemerland National Park, a lovely nature reserve with beaches, dune lands, and woods. Because of its connection to Amsterdam and the rest of North Holland, Texel is possibly the most popular of the five inhabited islands in the Dutch stretch of the Wadden Sea. The northern coast of the island is breathtaking, and it runs parallel to the national park of the Dunes of Texel. Stenen Hoofd, a small rocky peninsula in central Amsterdam, has a good patch of sand that leads to a cordoned-off swimming area along the river IJ. The beach, which is about a five-minute bike ride from Central Station, has its resort-style café, Brandendzand.

There are many beautiful sandy beaches in Holland where you can relax and enjoy the sun or go for a stroll. A beach vacation is often a memorable experience for families with pets and dog owners who want to spend time with their companions. The kids will run off steam in the sand when all of this is going on. By the way, the Blue Flag has been awarded to several Dutch beaches for their clean water and protection.

Learn about the numerous water sports available along the Dutch coast. Kitesurfing, windsurfing, sailing, catamaran sailing, surfing, and waterskiing are only a few water sports available in the Dutch waters. If you're cycling to a beach or searching for a path from one coast to the next, you'll find a variety of fun cycling routes near the beach here. You can also ride your bike the entire 570-kilometer length of the Dutch coastline. After getting tired, take some rest in our seaside house to charge up for the next Day.

Amazing Nature awaits you

Hiking along the Dutch long-distance paths, such as E2, E8, E9 via Rotterdam, and E11 from The Hague, you can find flowers such as daisies, buttercups, and the purple heather that blooms on the heaths in September. Oak, elm, pine, linden, and beech are some of the most common trees in the Netherlands. So, how does spending a weekend or longer in a seaside house in the Zeeland and Friesland and getting even closer to nature sound?

Wild or large animals are virtually non-existent in the Netherlands. In the Netherlands, mammals such as red deer, wild pigs, foxes, badgers, fallow deers, mouflons, rabbits, hedgehogs, and bats can be found. There are a total of 541 bird species that have been identified. Isn't this exciting news for bird watchers? Ducks and duck-like waterfowl, such as geese and swans, make up the majority of the population. Webbed feet, flattened bills, and feathers with an oily coating that is exceptional at shedding water help these birds adapt to life on the water.