Around park: 3km
Fun for young and old: watching old fire trucks at the fortress of Hellevoetsluis.
Beautiful historical town. Renowned for her unique city center full of old facades, numerous shops, pubs, terraces and, of course, the cathedral of Brielle which can be climbed.
Exhibition about Maasvlakte 2 and the largest port of Europe. Step aboard of the FutureLand Ferry as well and sail along new quays and terminals under construction.
Fun trip for children ánd adults. Care farm in Ouddorp with hundreds of goats, cheese dairy, ice-cream parlor, little farm shop where, naturally, homemade goat cheese is being sold, and small playground.
Popular place for those keen on watersports and sun worshippers. There is a shallow child's beach, especially for little children. Located directly behind the camp site.
The islands of Zuid-Holland are known their many kitesurf sport. For kiters, the former car beach in Oostvoorne is very popular, among others. Want to learn how to kitesurf safely? You can with kiteschool Nextlevel Kiteboarding on the beach of Rockanje.
The Iron Horse Ranch offers more than just (pension) stables where you can "simply" go horse riding. The ranch features two indoor riding halls and an outdoor arena. The ranch is located near the beach of Hellevoetsluis en Rockanje, where you can go for wonderful outdoor rides all year round.
Visit vibrant Middelburg, capitol of Zeeland. Idyllic little squares and little streets. Nice restaurants. Abbey tower De Lange Jan. Shopping. And the history continues to be tangible.
Family park and everything about the Delta Works. With cruises, sea lion shows, water park and aquarium.
Everything about the histroy of the former naval port of Hellevoetsluis and the agricultural villages of Nieuw-Helvoet and Nieuwenhoorn.
Endless lounging in a trendy or simply familial beach bar. Multiple beach bars at a lovely sand beach.
Hellevoetsluis offers six marinas. The city, situated next to the Haringvliet, is a popular destination for those keen on water sports. The water sports possibilities are limitless at the Haringvliet, which is connected with the Oude Maas and the Zeeuwse and Brabantse waters.