EuroParcs aan de Maas is all about water, with its location on the tributary of the Maas. The holiday park is located in the beautiful Bommelerwaard, near Kerkdriel. . A comfortable and luxurious base with safe bathing water, water recreation thanks to (fast) waterways and a beautiful view over the water of the tributary of the Maas. The open sailing connection from the Maas makes EuroParcs Aan de Maas also very accessible for boating enthusiasts!
At EuroParcs Aan de Maas and in the surrounding area, there are countless water recreation options thanks to its beautiful location on the water. Discover the area in a relaxed way by boat via the Maas, or by supping. Would you like to enjoy a day of recreation by the water? De Zandmeren are perfect for that, which are only a ten minute bike ride away from EuroParcs Aan de Maas. Follow one of the cycling routes or clogpaths through Het Kloosterwiel, the Kil van Hurwenen or another beautiful part of the Bommelerwaard. For real nature lovers, De Loonse en Drunense Duinen National Park is not far away and is just an half hour drive away from the holiday park.
EuroParcs along the Maas may be located in Gelderland, but once you cross the Maas you are already in the lively province of North Brabant and its capital, Den Bosch. Stroll through historical alleyways, taste the Bossche Bol (a delicious spice cake) and enjoy the hospitality of the cultural city of Den Bosch. Experience an enchanting day with the family in De Efteling or see the animals in Dierenpark Beekse Bergen. In Gelderland, you can experience a fun and educational day in the most famous castle in the Netherlands: Slot Loevestein.
The new holiday park in Maasdriel is still under development. We do our utmost to keep any inconvenience to you as a guest to a minimum. If you have any questions about the scope of the work, you can always contact us.
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