Duinrell Campsite is located in the middle of a beautiful forest and dunes area of the Netherlands. This national park is called: Nationaal Park Hollandse Duinen. Duinrell Campsite is located less than 4 kilometres away from the beaches of Wassenaarse, Scheveningen, Katwijk and Noordwijk.
Discover the beautiful beaches nearby, or stay at Duinrell and enjoy all the things to do on site at Duinrell.
If you ignore the name (either of its two English meanings) and visit Wassenaarse Slag you’ll find a beautiful unspoilt 8km long beach, with some fantastic restaurants. It’s also only 4km away from Duinrell Campsite meaning you can drive, cycle or even walk there easily.
Wassenaarse Slag is a sandy beach located in the town of Wassenaar in the province of South Holland, Netherlands. The beach stretches for several kilometers along the North Sea coast and is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, particularly during the summer months.
The beach is known for its beautiful dunes and clear waters, which make it an ideal spot for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports. There are also several beach pavilions where visitors can enjoy food and drinks while taking in the scenery.
In addition to its natural beauty, Wassenaarse Slag has a rich history. During World War II, the beach was used by the Germans as a defense line against Allied forces. Today, visitors can still see remnants of this history in the form of bunkers and other fortifications.
Overall, Wassenaarse Slag is a popular and picturesque destination that offers a mix of natural beauty and historical significance.
A bustling beach whatever the season. This beach is about 12 kilometres from Duinrell. Here you will find a long sandy beach, many beach bars, a boulevard with nice restaurants and lovely shops. You’ll also find SEA LIFE, where you can walk ‘under’ water, see sharks, beautiful fish and other water creatures. On De Pier, you’ll find a 45 meter high watchtower. You can also go bungee jumping or fly off the zipline!
Scheveningen Beach is one of the most famous beaches in the Netherlands, located in the town of Scheveningen, which is part of The Hague. The beach stretches for several kilometers along the North Sea coast and is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, especially during the summer months.
The beach offers a wide range of activities, including swimming, sunbathing, and water sports such as surfing, kiteboarding, and windsurfing. There are also several beach clubs, restaurants, and bars along the beach where visitors can enjoy food and drinks while taking in the beautiful scenery.
Scheveningen Beach is also known for its iconic pier, which was originally built in 1901 and has since undergone several renovations. The pier offers stunning views of the coastline and is home to various attractions, such as an observation deck, a Ferris wheel, and a zip line.
Aside from its natural beauty and attractions, Scheveningen Beach also has a rich cultural history. The beach played a significant role during World War II and was the site of a major Allied invasion in 1944. Today, visitors can still see remnants of this history, such as bunkers and other fortifications.
Overall, Scheveningen Beach is a popular and vibrant destination that offers a mix of natural beauty, cultural history, and entertainment.
Katwijk beach feels very characteristically, Dutch and doesn’t attract the crowds like Scheveningen. Katwijk is about 8 kilometres from Duinrell. In front of the beach is the village centre with cosy shops and eateries. At Katwijk you’ll find the white lighthouse: the Vuurbaak. You can’t miss this one. In the summer you can even climb it if you like. In the summer you will find many cosy beach pavilions on the sandy beach. They are fun to end your day in at the beach with something nice to eat or drink.
Katwijk Beach is a picturesque sandy beach located in the town of Katwijk, which is situated on the North Sea coast of the Netherlands, between The Hague and Leiden. The beach is known for its clear waters and wide stretch of sand, making it a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, and other water activities.
In addition to its natural beauty, Katwijk Beach has a rich history. During World War II, the beach was heavily fortified by the Germans as part of the Atlantic Wall defense system. Today, visitors can still see remnants of this history, including bunkers and other fortifications that have been preserved as historical monuments.
Katwijk Beach is also home to several beach pavilions and restaurants, where visitors can enjoy food and drinks while taking in the stunning views of the sea. The town of Katwijk itself is a charming coastal town with a long history and a range of cultural attractions, including museums and art galleries.
Overall, Katwijk Beach is a beautiful and peaceful destination that offers a mix of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and relaxation.
This is the beach if you want trendy beach bars? Noordwijk aan Zee, is about 14 kilometres from Duinrell Campsite. There are several beaches: the beaches on the north and south boulevards and the Duindamse- and Langevelderslag, which are in the direction of Zandvoort. The other two beaches are harder to get to and can only be reached by walking or cycling through the dunes.
Noordwijk Beach is a long sandy beach located in the town of Noordwijk, which is situated on the North Sea coast of the Netherlands, between The Hague and Amsterdam. The beach stretches for several kilometers and is known for its soft white sand, clear waters, and dunes.
Noordwijk Beach is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, especially during the summer months. Visitors can enjoy a range of activities such as swimming, sunbathing, and beach sports like volleyball and soccer. The beach is also popular for water sports such as surfing, kiteboarding, and windsurfing.
In addition to its natural beauty, Noordwijk Beach has a lively atmosphere with several beach bars, restaurants, and cafes where visitors can enjoy a drink or a meal while taking in the stunning views of the sea. There are also several beach clubs and music festivals held on the beach during the summer months.
The town of Noordwijk itself is a charming coastal town with a range of cultural attractions, including museums and art galleries. Visitors can explore the historic center, visit the iconic lighthouse, or take a bike ride through the surrounding dunes.
Overall, Noordwijk Beach is a beautiful and vibrant destination that offers a mix of natural beauty, outdoor activities, and cultural attractions.
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