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Camping in Holland

Camping in Holland - All the top campsites in Holland
Popular with native Dutch and visiting European campers, Holland offers a variety of coastal and countryside luxury camping sites with many conveniently close to cultural and tourist attractions. If you are planning a camping holiday in the Netherlands and would like to find out more about combining luxury camping with the Dutch countryside or coast, contact LUX-camp for further information. Full text
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DBF-Travel AG as your contract partner when booking via
lux-camp.co.uk is a member of ABTA (no. Y6363).
This means the holidays on this website are protected by ABTA.
Read more about our company here.
DBF-Travel AG as your contract partner when booking via
lux-camp.co.uk is a member of ABTA (no. Y6363).
This means the holidays on this website are protected by ABTA.
Read more about our company here.
Camping destinations in Holland List of most popular camping destinations in Holland
Dutch Coast
With its windmills, expansive beaches and serene atmosphere, the Dutch Coast is a great introduction to the best that the Netherlands has to offer and is the id...
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Camping Holland - camp sites in Dutch Coast - camping holiday in mobile homes and  tents
Region highlights
Fascinating Amsterdam
Child-friendly beaches
Lots of culture
Well preserved villages
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North-Brabant
Hilvarenbeek is a quaint village found near the border of Belgium and in the southern portion of the Netherlands. This amazing region offers some amazing luxury...
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Camping Holland - camp sites in North-Brabant - camping holiday in mobile homes and  tents
Region highlights
Southern province of Holland
Den Bosch: shops & restaurants
A haven for nature lovers
Villages, windmills & castles
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Camping & Camp Sites - All about Holland

Your luxury camping holiday in Holland
Covering an area of around 190 by 160 miles, Holland’s largest cities are the capital of Amsterdam and the port of Rotterdam. A choice of permanent luxury mobile home camping accommodation is available at various sites, although please note that private campers or tents are not permitted.
Why should I choose Holland for my camping holiday?
  • Excursions from recreation parks to canal cruises.
  • A wide choice of campsites near beach resorts.
  • Green landscapes in charming countryside.
  • Ideal for families, adults with children and all who appreciate luxury camping at great prices.

The most popular regions in Holland to camp in

The village of Limmen and tulip fields are nearby. Alternatively, Amstelveen is also popular, on the southern edge of the wonderful Amsterdam forest and close to nature, yet conveniently near the city.


North Holland
Northern Holland province includes the town of Heiloo, near Alkmaar with a cheese-market at Bergen. The whole area has a cultural influence and is popular with painters, writers and architects for those who would like to include explore some of the cultural delights during their camping holiday.
The two main areas of interest to campers are the North Sea coast and the Hilvarenbeek region in the south.

Hilvarenbeek
The Hilvarenbeek area and town of the same name are between Eindhoven and Tilburg, near the border with Belgium. Boasting a number of scenic woodland areas for campers to relax and admire green landscapes, the popular Beekse Bergen park can also be found here.

The coastal region
Bordering the North Sea, the Dutch coast boasts numerous campsites - with beaches and seaside towns including Egmond aan Zee.

Beaches and Nature in Holland

Several beaches offering water sports such as kite boarding or windsurfing. Scheveningen is the most popular beach - long and sandy, with a pier on two levels. Numerous pavilions around this modern seaside resort offer entertainment.
Beaches and Nature in Holland
With nearly 2,000 kilometres of coastline, there are so many beaches to choose from; many have cycling and walking paths. If you like wide beaches with white sand, Callantsoog is worth visiting, while other popular resorts include Katwijk, Bergen aan Zee, and Schoorl.

Attractions, Food and Culture

Food, Drink and Culture
Typical Dutch fare includes salted herrings, ‘panenenkooken’ (sweet and savoury pancakes) as well as pea and fresh vegetable soup with smoked bacon. Sate (skewered meat with peanut sauce) and Indonesian noodle dishes are reminders of shipping and the world spice trade, whereas simple stews or meat and potato dishes or ‘stampot’ are popular at colder times. Finally, tiny sweet pancakes and Dutch apple tart are a delight for those with a sweet tooth.
Attractions in Holland
Near Heiloo In the north, Klein Varnebroek Recreation Park is popular with anglers, while ramblers can explore a choice of scenic lakeside walking routes. There are children’s play areas, an activity room for toddlers and an indoor heated swimming pool. Alternatively, why not visit Amsterdam and enjoy a boat trip? The Rijksmueseum has exhibits from the Middle Ages to the present day, or see the Van Gogh Museum and the beautiful city park. In the south, Beekse Bergen amusement park has an adventure playground and safari park too.

History, Weather and Climate

Weather and Climate
The Dutch climate varies relatively little due to the country’s generally flat profile and its slow-moving rivers and canals. Fine, warmer summer weather can last for weeks, with up to seven or eight hours a day of sunshine in June and temperatures reaching around 21°C in July and August. The coastal regions are mildest, though sometimes windy in spring and autumn.
History
Woods, lakes and rivers protected ancient Celtic and German tribes, but Roman forces discovered the south. Later, power passed between Frank, Charlemagne and Austrian hands followed by Spanish rule. The 1579 Union of Utrecht was followed by Dutch independence in 1648; Holland then became a significant sea and colonial power. Neutral during the First World War, the country was occupied during World War II. Nowadays, Holland is known for its liberal social policies and economic growth.
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