Enjoy endless walks on the vast sandy beach and through the dunes. EuroParcs Noordwijkse Duinen is the ultimate place for your sun, sea and beach holiday. Not only is the beach almost around the corner, you can also take a dip in the pool at the park or discover all of the beauty in the area. Vibrant cities such as Haarlem and Leiden are just around the corner!
EuroParcs Noordwijkse Duinen lives up to its name: the holiday park is located in the middle of the dunes near the former fishing village of Noordwijk. You can walk straight into the dunes via a special exit at the park! The beach and the North Sea are less than 3 kilometers away. And what kind of beach: a more than 13 kilometers long sandy beach where you can enjoy a breath of fresh air, lay down your towel or take a dip in the bubbling waves. For tasty snacks and drinks you can sit down at one of the beach bars or terraces along the boulevard. Are you excited yet?
Are you traveling to Noordwijk between the end of March and the end of May? Then a ride along the colorful tulip fields in the area is a must. You can drive to the flower bulb fields of Lisse or Keukenhof in fifteen minutes. In the mood for a city? It is a half hour drive to the historic city center of Haarlem with museums such as the Frans Hals Museum and the Teylers Museum. Leiden, Amsterdam and The Hague are also easily accessible from EuroParcs Noordwijkse Duinen.
In recent years, attention has been focused on CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility), the environment and sustainability in business. More and more companies have received a quality mark in the form of, for example, a Green Key. We from team EuroParcs Noordwijkse Duinen are proud that we can bear this quality mark. With the Green Key, our guests want to show that we attach great importance to sustainable business!
Plenty to do for young and old, always free wifi
Heated outdoor pool
Dogs are allowed
Electric car charging station
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