Landal Beach Villa's Hoek van Holland is located on the extensive coastline of the North Sea, directly on the beach and at the start of the New Waterway. This is the perfect base for getting to know southern Holland better; Diergaarde Blijdorp Zoo and the trendy Markthallen in Rotterdam, the miniature scale town of Madurodam in The Hague and cities such as Delft and Leiden that capture your imagination can be found around the corner! Take a long nice walk along the beach. There are exquisite spots for all kinds of activities. Cyclists have kilometre after kilometre of gentle cycle paths at their disposal and walkers can indulge themselves by taking a walk through the beautiful dunes and across the beach. And where better to seafish, (kite) surf, go kayaking, play beach volleyball or beach football than in the Hook of Holland? As well as the activities in the immediate vicinity of the park, there are also plenty of events and attractions to be found in the region.
Experience the history of the life-boat service between Scheveningen and Belgium.
Discover the history of Dutch pop music.
Admire the many animal species: a perfect day out!
Discover and experience the surroundings at a height of 185 metres.
Surely everyone enjoys a cheerful day out?
Attraction park with models of Dutch buildings and structures, all built on a scale of 1:25.
Visit Europe's largest port.
A multifaceted recreation area close to Rotterdam and with many trees, expanses of water and hills – and a wide range of opportunities for relaxation.
A marvellous dune area on the edge of the Hook of Holland. Ideal for great walks.
Get eye-to-eye with sharks, piranhas, rays, seahorses and many other fish.
Enjoy the snow on this indoor ski slope 365 days a year.
Come to Duinrell amusement park in Wassenaar and experience a splashing day out packed with family fun. Get in the new Dragonfly family roller coaster and swish criss-cross past the trees!
A spectacular film attraction with a huge IMAX dome projection screen.
Discover Delft's old and new church. A treasure trove of interesting history that you won't want to miss.
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