Rent a Motorhome or Campervan in the Netherlands - discover Holland
Holland, which is also called the Netherlands, has its very own charm. The capital Amsterdam is always worth a visit. But Rotterdam, The Hague and Seeland are also attractive holiday destinations. What could be more obvious than visiting the Netherlands by Camper or Campervan? Rent a Motorhome or a Camper at our vehicle rental and look forward to an unforgettable journey - naturally in Holland.
Netherlands - General
Netherlands is the country of bikes, tulips, windmills, clogs, edammer and gouda cheese. Amsterdam is a very liberal city and famous for the canals, van Gogh, Anne-Frank House and much more. Wester Kerk a church tower with a nice panorama terrace. Keukenhof and Aalsmeers is a must for flower and tulip enthusiasts. The Wadden sea is a Unesco World Heritage Site. Explore Hoge Veluwe National Park on one of the 1800 white bikes, free of charge. Enjoiy the beach in Domburg & Cadzand.
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The travel website Lonely Planet Netherlands provides more detailed information.
The following Travel Guide contains more information about Netherlands.
Netherlands - Camping
Campgrounds are available throughout the country. There are different kind of campgrounds: very basic with no facilities, with fresh water and electricity or “Full Hook-Up”: electricity, fresh water, grey- and black water. Dumping: with a “Full Hook-Up” directly on the site, otherwise on the central dumping station of the campground or on central dumping stations in the city or at certain gas stations. During high season, we recommend to pre reserve popular sites.
The Camping guide Camping Info Netherlands provides a list of camping sites.
Netherlands - Nature
Oosterschelde is located in the delta of the Rhine, Mass and Scheldt and is the largest national park. Oystercatchers, European wigeons, seagulls and eagles can be observed. Oostvaardersplassen is the largest swamp area in Europe, which can be divided into swamp areas in the northwest and dry areas in the southeast. In the swamp area along the Markenker, there were large reed beds where geese can be seen eating while moulting. This area is also home to cormorants, spoonbills, cattle egrets, eagles and bitterns. Large collections of wild horses and red deer which belongs to the "Big 5" in Holland. The Wadden Sea is known for bird life, seals and seasonal for dolphins and whales.
Get more information in this Guide to National Parks in Netherlands.