Villa De Duinen
Oude Zeeweg 74, , Noordwijk aan Zee, Zuid-Holland
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Hotel de Admiraal
Accommodation in private houses -Noordwijk-aan-Zee
Hotel de Admiraal bar
Travel Tips for Noordwijk aan Zee
When in Holland, eat like the Dutch!
In Dutch homes the simple, substantial meals are the favorite such as potatoes (hutspot or stamppot), fresh vegetables, meat, sausages, chicken and fish accompanied by a certain kind of tasty gravy. Dutch people traditionally eat only one hot meal per day.
Funny Dutch habit is the eating of "Hagelslag", little chocolate sprinkles on thickly buttered bread.
Dutch food might be plain, and seem a bit old-fashioned, but it gets results. You only have to look at the Dutch - they're all almost 2 metres tall and tend to be thin and rangy.
However, restaurants are representing Holland’s multicultural backgrounds ranging from French to Indonesian and from Thai to Pakistani.
Beach and Bulbs Area
"Beach and Bulbs area of the Netherlands"
This region is where the tulips bulbs and beaches are found. About 20mins drive from Schiphol airport.
There are several restaurants that are along the beach and a shopping stretch nearby called The Hoofdstraat.
"The Beach of Noordwijk"
Noordwijk , a coastal place, centered between Amsterdam and Rotterdam, has 23.000 inhabitants in the winter and 100.000 in the summer when all the Hotels are full.
Summerholidays is busiest time... starting from mid juli to beginning of september. Climate changes week to week.
"Longest Beach of The Netherlands"
"Boulevard of Noordwijk aan Zee"
Noordwijk has two boulevards of equal size. One is busy with restaurants the other less. This image is the busiest boulevard (Wilhelmina Boulevard).
The local government organizes many pasttime events. In this particular image u see the annual horsetrack races.
Popular Hotels in Noordwijk aan Zee
Koningin Wilhelmina Boulevard 20-31, Noordwijk Aan