Popular Accommodations in Dutch Coast
Highlights Dutch Coast
- Idyllic harbour towns, seaside resorts and fishing villages
- Hiking over the Wadden islands
- Picturesque Zeeland Riviera
- Bike tour from Meijendel to The Hague
- City of Haarlem with gabled houses, drawbridges and canals
Most popular in Dutch Coast
Prices and availability
Vacation rentals on the Dutch coast
On the Dutch coast you can rent an apartment right on the beach and be woken up by the sound of the waves in the morning. However, the beach cottages on offer are also suitable as holiday homes, offering you plenty of comfort and a cosy atmosphere. These are usually equipped with a veranda from which you can enjoy the sunset as the day draws to a close. By the way, many landlords on the Dutch coast provide bicycles in the accommodations with which you can explore the beautiful surroundings.
Holiday on the Dutch coast
Location and orientation
The Dutch coast stretches from Zeeland in the south to South and North Holland and extends as far as the Wadden Islands, which are located high up in the north. The entire coast is an impressive 450 kilometers long. There are countless idyllic harbour towns, endless beaches and lively seaside resorts.
Things to know
The Dutch coast is not only ideal for swimming and water sports, but also for hiking and cycling. The Wadden islands with 30 kilometres of sandy beaches also offer a well-developed network of cycling and hiking trails. Here you can move in the fresh air, observe the birds and stop at one of the numerous museums on the way.
The widest and highest dunes on the Dutch coast are found in the area around Bergen aan Zee and Schoorl, with the 54 metre high radar dune being the highest in the Netherlands.
Top 3 travel tips
The towns of Zoutelande, Westkapelle and Dishoek make up the Zeeland Riviera, which has some of the most beautiful beaches in the region. The wide and long sandy beaches have inspired many artists in the past, such as Piet Mondrian, who captured the unique landscape in his world-famous paintings.2. Experience a family holiday in South Holland
In Katwijk directly on the Dutch coast there is a beautiful old lighthouse which you can visit during a walk along the beach. This family-friendly seaside resort has a five-kilometre-long sandy beach with a promenade and a white church worth seeing. The dune landscape of the region invites you to cycle from Meijendel to The Hague. In spring thousands of tulips, daffodils and hyacinths bloom in the hinterland.3. Experience an active and cultural holiday in North Holland
In Egmond an Zee not only families with children will experience a great holiday. Here also those interested in culture get their money's worth. Worth seeing is the lighthouse "Van Speyk", the historical fishing houses, the ruins of the castle Egmond and the famous cheese market in Alkmaar. The town of Haarlem with its gabled houses, drawbridges and canals is also worth a visit.