Friesland, one of the northern Dutch provinces, is especially known for its great diversity in landscapes, but also in culture. A watery polder landscape full of lakes, rivers and the Wadden Sea in the north. Culturally, Friesland is a unique province, partly because the Frisians speak their own language. Discover the Frisian Eleven Cities and wander through the old fishing villages during your stay at a EuroParcs holiday park in Friesland.
Pastures as far as the eye can see, glittering lakes, cosy towns, National Parks and even the Wadden Sea. Every region of Friesland has its own unique character. The south-west of Friesland is mainly known for the Frisian Lakes, which are all connected to each other. Everything here is about water recreation. You will experience the area best on a boat, but you can also take beautiful cycling and walking tours around the lakes. In the north-west, you will find yourself in a rough coastal area with dikes, terps and authentic villages. If you go to Friesland, you can add mudflats walking in the north to your bucket list. From Leeuwarden and Sneek to Workum and Hindeloopen, all eleven cities in Friesland are special to visit, partly because of the historic and famous Elfstedentocht.