Zandvoort and surrounding areas

Haarlem

Haarlem

Haarlem is the destination for a day trip. Combine culture with shopping, history with food and drink and city with beach. Welcome to Haarlem. ...
Amsterdam

Amsterdam

Welcome to your official guide to the Netherlands\' capital city. With a full cultural agenda showcasing the very best festivals, nightlife, exhibitions & events, plus practical tourist info, hotel, museum, excursion & attraction listings, you won\'t miss a thing. ...
Cheese market Alkmaar

Cheese market Alkmaar

Thousands of tourists from all over the world come to Alkmaar to see the cheese market. A whole square filled with \'cheese carriers\', an impressive sight. Every Friday morning, from the beginning of April to the beginning of September. ...
The Zaanse Schans

The Zaanse Schans

Beautiful typically Dutch windmills, barns and museums. Everything built in the \"Zaanse\" wooden architectural style. There is so much to see, and do there. ...
Keukenhof

Keukenhof

From the end of March to half of May the most beautiful spring garden in Europe will be open again: The Keukenhof. This beautiful flower garden is only a 45 minute bike ride away, through the flowering bulb fields. ...
Circuit Park Zandvoort

Circuit Park Zandvoort

Circuit Park Zandvoort is inextricably linked to Zandvoort. A legendary and internationally famous track with a history going back more than 70 years. And still dozens of events are hosted there each year that thrill tens of thousands of fans. Besides several spectacular national motor sports ...
The National Park Zuid-Kennemerland

The National Park Zuid-Kennemerland

Enjoy and experience nature in the most breathtaking natural surprise in the Randstad: National Park Zuid-Kennemerland. This National Park is located in the heart of the metropolitan area, between Haarlem and Zandvoort, and 45 minutes from Amsterdam. The location and beauty of this 3800 acres ...
Amsterdamse Waterleidingduinen

Amsterdamse Waterleidingduinen

Here you can enjoy nature, peace and space, and there is no reason to strictly stick to the paths. In other words, you can literally stroll through nature, as you please. Unfortunately you are not allowed to cycle through the area. This varied landscape is home to a unique collection of flora and ...