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Campsites in the Netherlands are clean, modern, and popular among campers. It’s no wonder that hardly another country in Europe loves camping more than the Dutch. Cities steeped in tradition, excellent cycling paths, and endless fields of flowers make the Netherlands the perfect travel destination. The diverse entertainment programmes offered at almost every campsite ensure you’ll have a blast while camping. Many pitches are located right on the coast of the North Sea, with its unmistakable dunes and gorgeous waters — perfect for going swimming or mudflat hiking. Whether you’re looking for an active adventure on the coast or a holiday with the whole family: We’ll show you the most beautiful campsites in the Netherlands!
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Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, has two main shopping streets, Kalverstraat and Leidestraat, which are perfect for a stroll. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the antiques, shoes, clothes, furniture, and jewellery and need a break, board a boat and cruise down the canals. On an excursion like this, you’ll get to see the narrow, historic houses that give Amsterdam its unique flair. Here’s a selection of campsites in and around Amsterdam.
Renesse has a beach that’s about 17 km long and ideal for sunbathing and cooling off in the refreshing waves of the sea: Perfect for a holiday! And to balance out all the relaxation, a great party is just what you need: Events like the “Festival by the Sea” keep spirits high with rhythmic beats. You’ll find campsites in Renesse on camping.info.
With its beautiful dunes and the Zuid-Kennemerduinen National Park, Zandvoort is perfect for riding along its numerous cycling paths through beautiful nature. Campers who don’t want to bring their bicycles with them to the campsite can rent one — frequently right from the site. You’ll find well-rated campsites in Zandvoorort here.
Campers love the provinces of North and South Holland for their fascinating cities, like Rotterdam, Den Haag, Alkmaar, and Haarlem. Use the public transport to head out from one of the peaceful campsites so you can explore the hustle and bustle of Rotterdam, wander through the narrow streets lined with quaint shops in Haarlem, or visit the famous cheese market in Alkmaar. You’ll find great campsites in Holland on camping.info.
The speed limit on motorways in the Netherlands is 130 km/h, and vehicles towing caravans must not drive faster than 80 km/h. If you’re caught speeding, you could face high fines, so leave your lead foot behind.
Unbraked trailers weighing up to 750 kg and braked trailers over 750 kg must be equipped with a breakaway cable. This must be attached to a fixed part of the towing vehicle’s trailer coupling or to a carabiner. Hanging the cable around the towball is not enough.
As in many other European countries, wild camping is prohibited in the Netherlands. That also means no camping on beaches. The Dutch are vigilant, especially in coastal areas and popular tourist destinations. If you’re caught wild camping, you face a fine of approximately €90 per person.
If you want to make sure you get a pitch at your favourite campsite, you should probably avoid travelling between the end of July through the beginning of September, as the Dutch also tend to stay on local campsites during the summer holidays. Reserving a pitch is a good idea all year round.
Another tip, and not just for camping fans: Kerbs with yellow markings indicate no parking zones. You can park on blue-marked spots, as long as you set a parking disc.
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