Popular Accommodations in Julianadorp
Highlights in Julianadorp
- Ideal for a family holiday
- Dog-friendly holiday region
- Numerous excursion destinations
- Golf course nearby
- Well-developed cycle path network
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Vacation rentals in Julianadorp
The small town of Julianadorp is idyllically situated directly on the North Holland Canal south of the island of Texel and has therefore been a popular holiday destination for decades with a wide range of holiday apartments and holiday homes. Most of the apartments are located in the district Julianadorp at Zee, which borders directly on the beach and the North Sea. The offer ranges from modern bungalows to lovingly furnished houses in classic style to sophisticated detached houses with spacious gardens where you can relax wonderfully with your whole family.Rustic vacation rentals in the hinterland
If you are looking for a vacation rental in Julianadorp and want to pitch your tents away from the coast, you will find what you are looking for in the east of Julianadorp. There, close to the Amstel Sea, you will find green cottages and spacious villas that can accommodate up to 10 people. You can also spend a very special holiday in one of the rustic farmhouses with thatched roofs.
Holiday in Julianadorp
Travelers and Activities
Your vacation rental in Julianadorp is the ideal starting point for an extended holiday with the whole family, because the region around the former seaside resort of the Dutch royal family offers plenty of variety for young and old. While the wide sandy beach invites you to build sand castles, swim and relax, the hinterland also offers pleasant bicycle tours to neighbouring towns or a day trip to the ferry pier on the island of Texel. Numerous playgrounds and animation offers for children round off the offer for the whole family.Julianadorp with dog
Julianadorp is something like the dog paradise of Northern Holland, because almost all restaurants and cafés in the village are very dog-friendly and offer free water for thirsty four-legged friends. A veterinarian, who takes care of the well-being of your dog in case of emergency, is also directly available in the village. Not far from the village, between Callantsoog and Den Helder, there is a dreamlike and almost deserted sandy beach where your dog can let off steam to his heart's content without any restrictions.
Things to know
In the north of Holland there is a temperate climate with very cold and rainy winter months and mild summers. While the thermometer often falls below freezing point in winter, the summers are constantly mild because temperatures above 20 degrees Celsius are the order of the day between June and September. However, rain falls more frequently in summer, too, although the rain clouds usually cannot last long due to the sea wind and the blue sky reasserts itself after a short time.Best Travel Time for Julianadorp
The best time to spend a holiday in Julianadorp in Northern Holland is between June and September, not least due to an average of six hours of sunshine. Also the North Sea reaches at this time with 17 degrees Celsius a quite refreshing bathing temperature. However, if you are attracted to the region for sailing, the months of April and May also offer good conditions for relaxation and sporting challenges on the water.
Today's resort was raised to a separate village in 1909 after approval by the Dutch royal family and named after the later Crown Princess Juliana, who was born in the same year.
Top 3 travel tips
During a holiday at the coast, of course, the seafaring should not be neglected. A visit to the Naval Museum, which is part of the museum harbour Willemsnoord in Den Helder, is correspondingly popular. The museum is located just five kilometres from your vacation rental in Julianadorp and comprises numerous small exhibits and the walk-in bridge of the Dutch frigate De Ruyter as well as three museum ships, which are also fully accessible to visitors. Besides the ramming ship Schorpioen from 1868, the submarine Tonjin is the absolute highlight of the museum harbour.2. A trip to Texel
If you are already in Julianadorp, you should definitely make a detour to the island of Texel, which you can reach by ferry from Den Helder. Even though the island is not large at 23.7 kilometres long and 9.6 kilometres wide, Texel offers not only the already impressively rough nature but also other sights such as the Ecomare museum complex, which deals with topics such as dike construction, oil production, fishing and life on the North Sea since the last ice age. The beach robber museum Kaap Skil in Oudeschild also offers exciting insights for young and old.3. Full throttle in Zandvoort
Do you have gasoline in your blood? Then a visit to Circut Park Zandvoort is just the thing for you. Located directly on the outskirts of Zandvoort, the legendary race track runs through the dunes and attracts from afar with the sound of engines and the smell of petrol. During your visit, however, you don't have to stop at a sightseeing tour, because with the help of a racing taxi, you can take to the bends as a co-driver of a professional racing driver at racing speed. Anyone who is particularly courageous can also take a few laps behind the wheel of a Porsche 911, a Ferrari F430 or an Aston Martin V8 Vantage and pedal the accelerator.