Modern rental accommodation, family fun and swimming in Holland
Holiday with short distances
Pool landscapes, indoor and outdoor, and a wide range of theme parks
water, meadows, forests and lots of culture in a small space
If you book a campsite in the Netherlands, you will often reach your destination within a few hours by car. Please observe the speed limits (on motorways, unless otherwise stated, a maximum of 80 miles per hour) - for the sake of safety and your wallet. It is not recommended to drive slowly, but only at the many speed cameras or check points. Some Dutch authorities measure your speed over a longer distance. If you are travelling too fast on average, you will also have to pay up...
Sand, family, and cycling holidays at campsites in Holland
Many parents with children are attracted, above all, to the water: for example to the Dutch North Sea coast! From the West Frisian Islands, the IJssel- and Veluwemeer, via North and South Holland down to the southwest, to Zeeland - almost everywhere you will find enough space even in the high season. The clean, fine sandy beaches are usually several hundred meters wide and miles long! And what if the camping park in Holland is a little inland? Then you can simply rent the national transport, a "Fiet" (bicycle) . The cycle paths are as well developed and signposted as in almost no other country. Cycle paths go through the wide polder and dike landscapes of Zeeland - or through true dune mountains around The Hague, Alkmaar and Egmont.
And if the sun doesn't shine? Many holiday providers have adjusted perfectly to this
They offer you heatable mobile homes, original glamping lodges and luxurious holiday homes on campsites in Holland. A private bathroom, comfortable beds in parent’s and children's bedrooms, a complete kitchen and Wi-Fi are mostly part of the offer. The large campsites and holiday parks often even have a subtropical indoor swimming paradise. Slides for young and old are often as much a part of the facilities as wellness centres, restaurants, pubs, and children's clubs.
When you are on holiday in the Netherlands you can also choose from numerous theme parks and zoos
Would you like to visit the monkey park in Appeldoorn or the largest amusement park in the country, De Efteling? Or go on a deer photo safari in the wooded Hoge Veluwe? If you want to explore cities on holiday, then camping in the Netherlands is the place for you. After a canal trip in Amsterdam you can visit the Anne Frank House and admire Rembrandt's masterpieces in the Rijksmuseum. The children would rather go to the zoo? No problem! You'll find it all in Amsterdam's city centre. Only a few steps away from the Nemo Science Center and Naval Museum at the old harbour. There is much more to discover: "Welkom", welcome, camping in Holland!