Vacation Rentals in Zeeland
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Vacation rentals in Zeeland
In the province of Zeeland, most accommodation is concentrated in the cities and larger towns such as Middleburg, Goes, Tholen and Brouwershaven. From such an apartment you can easily reach the historical sights and still make an excursion to the sea. In addition, you will find a wide range of vacation rentals in the coastal region not far from the beaches, where remote small villages are true recreational paradises.Accommodation in a different way
Typical for Holland are the small but fine houses with red roofs, large windows and narrow stairs inside. Such a vacation rental radiates a lot of cosiness and is equipped with everything you need for a pleasant stay. The apartments and apartments in the country are also very comfortable. If you are looking for a special kind of accommodation, then the best thing is to rent a houseboat, which can be found in Zeeland mainly along the rivers and canals.Pay attention to the location of the apartment
A vacation rental in a town in Zeeland brings you closer to the vibrancy of the Dutch, who like to go to markets and are open to new acquaintances. If, however, you are looking for a holiday by the sea and would like to see a fantastic dune landscape from the window, then use the chalets in the coastal region. Most vacation rentals are suitable for families. Even taking a dog with you is often not a problem in Zeeland after prior arrangement.
Holiday in Zeeland
Location and orientation
Zeeland is a province in the southwestern Netherlands and consists of several peninsulas and islands. Part of the mainland not far from the border with Belgium is also included in Zeeland. The capital of Zeeland is Middelburg. You will find important seaports in Vlissingen and Terneuzen. Other interesting cities are Hulst and Zierikzee. If you are travelling from Amsterdam, the journey will take about two and a half hours. Rotterdam is an hour and a half from Zeeland.The islands and peninsulas in detail
If you want to spend your holidays on an island in Zeeland, you can take a closer look at the vacation rentals on Noord-Beveland and Schouwen-Duiveland. The peninsulas of Zeeland are Zuid-Beveland, Walcheren, Tholen and Sint Philipsland. The mainland of Zeeland is called Zeeuws Vlaanderen.Discover wonderful natural areas
The region along the coastal and river landscape of the Schelde estuary is one of the most important natural areas in Holland. You will find a national park in Oosterschelde. In the interior of Zeeland there are wet nature areas, so-called wetlands, swampy lowlands, water channels and grain fields.
Travelers and Activities
The beaches of Zeeland are golden yellow, fine sandy and are among the cleanest and safest in Holland. The region is therefore particularly suitable for families with children. Because the beach sections are well guarded by beach guards and rescue brigades. There are also beach pavilions and play areas for the little ones. The most beautiful family beaches can be found in Ouddorp, Cadzand and Oostkapelle.Water sports ahoy!
Whether kitesurfing, surfing, wakeboarding, power kiting or blogging, Zeeland is the best address for water sports enthusiasts looking for new challenges. There are many waves for surfers in Domburg. On the coast of Renesse there are ideal conditions for kitesurfers. However, the most popular water sports address is Brouwersdam, where there are many surf schools and equipment hire.A round trip by bike
In Zeeland you can safely leave the car behind and switch to two wheels. Here you will find flat and well-secured cycle paths along the coast and through the interior. You will encounter wide views, picturesque seaside resorts, magnificent green landscapes and historic towns on a round trip through Zeeland, which leads from Burgh Haamstede, via Schouwen-Duiveland to Goerree-Overvlakke, to the pilgrimage site of Brielle and the towns of Zierikzee and Willemstad.
Did you know that the state of New Zealand was named after the Dutch province of Zeeland? This was based on the findings of navigator Hendrik Brouwer, who found out during an expedition in 1643 that the discovered coastal strip did not belong to the southern country.
Top 5 travel tips
1. Zeeland's capital: You can immerse yourself in the rich past of Zeeland in the capital Middelburg. You walk through small alleys past centuries-old houses with picturesque red roofs. You will also pass one of Zeeland's landmarks: the octagonal Ostkerk.
2nd spa resorts: You can let the healthy sea air blow around your nose all over Zeeland. However, Cadzand-Bad and Domburg are the only Dutch spa resorts. The brine content of the water provides it with healing properties. You enjoy thalassotherapy treatments and bath therapies or even a detox cure. If you book a holiday apartment in Zeeland directly on the beach, you are never far away from the pleasant sea water.
3rd Deltaworks: The Deltaworks on Zeeland are considered the "eighth wonder of the world". With 40 metre high concrete piers and 42 metre long table gates, the Zeeland construction, built in 1953, is intended to protect Zeeland from the North Sea. The Oosterschelde storm surge barrier, the largest part of the Delta Works, extends over a length of eight kilometres.
Fourth Boulevard of Vlissingen: Zeeland visitors are drawn to the Boulevard van Vlissingen for a stroll and a browse. The promenade runs along the beach for about two kilometres. During the summer weekends, the town of Vlissingen organises several markets here which invite you to browse.
5th seal station: A visit to the Stellendamm seal station is an experience for small and large Zeeland holidaymakers. Here you can get very close to the marine mammals and observe them both on land and under water. At the same time you will learn how to protect the sea and the habitat of these fascinating animals.