Landal GreenParks - My holiday in the countryside
If you love cycling as well as nature, then Landal GreenParks is the place for you. Unique holiday parks, surrounded by nature, give you the peace and space to spend a relaxing and exciting holiday. 55 Landal holiday parks are spread over all Dutch regions.
Choose from various accommodations your favorite holiday home, in which you return after an active day and spend a cozy evening on the terrace. Numerous facilities such as bicycle rental (partly e-bikes), restaurants, swimming pools and wellness facilities complete the offer.
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This beautiful bike ride takes you 57 kilometers from Den Helder to Alkmaar. The route always runs near the coast and leads through beautiful dunes, long dikes and beautiful beaches.It starts at the station in Den Helder. From there you cycle southwards and at the beginning you will pass through the beautiful Landal Beach Resort Ooghduyne. Here you take the path towards the coast and continue to the south parallel to the sea. More than once you have a fantastic view of the long sandy beaches of the North Sea coast, while the bike path meanders through picturesque dunes or along dead straight dikes. To strengthen and rest on the way always hip beach bars and cafes offer. Shortly after Bergen aan Zee you turn back into the interior of the reserve and cycle straight to Alkmaar, the destination of the tour.
On this wonderful circuit you can extensively explore the Utrechtse Heuvelrug National Park near Utrecht. 54 kilometers lead through the beautiful forest of the national park.The starting point of the bike tour is at the train station in Veenendaal. From here you drive east from the village, where you pass immediately after the beautiful holiday park Landal Amerongse Berg. In a large arc you then drive into the forest of the national park. Beautiful bike paths in the shade of the deciduous and coniferous trees are waiting for you here and small hills provide the right amount of variety on the beautiful route through nature.At Driebergen-Rijsenburg you turn off and hit the way back to Veenendaal, which leads you over Amerongen, where you pass the beautiful water castle Kasteel Amerongen.
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On 59 kilometers you cycle around the Veluwemeer and the Wolderwijd on this beautiful bike tour. It starts in Harderwijk at the train station, from where you cycle directly to the water. On the banks of the Wolderwijd, head southwest. With a ferry, after a few kilometers, you will cross over to the other side of the river, where you continue your cycle north. The bike path always leads you directly along the shore of the lake.At the height of Harderwijk, which you can see on the other side, you bid farewell to the Wolderwijd and cycle along the banks of the Veluwemeer instead. Here you will also pass the beautiful Landal Waterparc Veluwemeer, which is located close to the water.After circling the tip of the lake, you will arrive in Elburg. At the charming harbor of the place you can take a little break and enjoy the hustle and bustle. From Elburg you drive on the south side of the Veluwemeer back to the starting point to Harderwijk.
In the heart of Burgh-Haamstede begins this easy circuit that takes you on 26 kilometers through the unique forest and dune landscape of the region. From the starting point you will cycle southwest, where you will pass the Landal Resort Haamstede right at the beginning. Just before you reach the beach, turn north into the forest district Westerschouwen. On beautiful bike paths you drive here through the wooded dune landscape, which is located in the immediate coastal area. Through the trees of the forest you can hear the sound of the sea - a unique experience.At the northern tip of the circuit, you have the opportunity to make a stopover on the beach, where you can relax in the sand and swim in the sea, because the route runs right next to the fantastic sandy beaches of the region. Afterwards it goes on a fairly direct way back to the starting point after Burgh-Haamstede.
This beautiful bike ride takes you from Emmen to Groningen on 65 kilometers. Through forests and meadows you cycle past innumerable archaeological sites, lakes and canals to the charming town of Groningen.In Emmen it starts at the station. From there you drive directly north through small forest and beautiful meadows and fields. Shortly before Borger you will pass the beautiful holiday park Landal Het Land van Bartje. In the area there are also many dolmens that stand impressively on the wayside.From Borger the route takes you mainly over fields and meadows to the lake Zuidlaardermeer just before Groningen, where you can take a break and jump on the beautiful beach also like to jump into the water. Cooled down and rested you can cycle the last few kilometers to Groningen.
In Apeldoorn at the train station, the 53-kilometer circuit will take you to the beautiful nature reserve De Hoge Veluwe. First you cycle out of the city and come behind the city limits in a great forest area, which you cross. Located in the middle of the forest is the holiday park Landal Miggelenberg, where you pass.Immediately afterwards you will roll into the nature reserve De Hoge Veluwe. Beautiful bike paths lead you through the wide dune area. After a long arc through the nature reserve, you return to the starting point for Apledoorn. On the way you drive a little dangling west to the old radio station "Radio Kootwijk" to look at. An impressive remnant from the time when the Netherlands still had colonies in Asia.
Doetinchem is the starting point for this 39-kilometer round which will take you to the most beautiful castles in the area. From the train station in Doetinchem, head south. Just behind the village on the idyllic lake Stroombroek, you pass the beautiful holiday park Landal Stroombroek. Then you head south, passing through charming little villages and a shady wooded area. In 's-Heerenberg, which is located on the German border, waiting for the lap Huis Bergh on you, which can also be visited.From there, you'll cycle a large arc that will take you north again, passing beautiful little places that are great for resting. Shortly before you reach the starting point in Doetinchem, you pass the Slangenburg, an impressive moated castle.
48 almost exclusively flat kilometers take you on this bike ride from Beilen to Coevorden. You cycle through beautiful heathland, past fields and meadows and through shady forests.It starts in Beilen at the station. From there you drive east, where you come through the village Westerbork. Shortly behind the holiday park Landal Orvelter brand is waiting for you, where you can pay a visit. The bike tour continues to the east, where you cycle in the vicinity of Emmen through an idyllic forest, which provides with its many deciduous trees for refreshment and variety.From there it goes over some small villages and past a bathing lake to the south, where the destination of the bike ride is waiting for you. Arrived in Coevorden, you can end the day with a leisurely stroll through the beautiful city center.
This 44-kilometer tour takes you from Alphen aan den Rijn to exciting Rotterdam. You cycle on flat bike paths through a beautiful meadow and lake landscape.Starting point of the bike tour is the station in Alphen aan den Rijn. From there you drive along the banks of the Oude Rijn from the city to the nearby Bodegraven. Here you leave the river to exchange it for an impressive lake landscape. Before you dive completely into this wonderful water world, you cycle through the enchanting holiday park Landal De Reeuwijkse Plassen. From there it goes on beautiful bike paths towards Gouda, which lead you between the lakes.Gouda is ideal for a stopover because not only will you be able to taste delicious cheese, but you will also be able to admire the gothic town hall and the rest of the pretty town. From there you drive along the Dutch IJssel to the destination Rotterdam.
On the approximately 40-kilometer bike ride to Deventer you will experience a colorful mix of beautiful nature and exciting culture. The National Park Sallandse Heuvelrug starts directly at the holiday park Landal Twenhaarsveld. You can explore the hilly park on great bike paths and inform yourself about the flora and fauna in the Museum Holterberg.After leaving the national park, the last blackhide retreat in the Netherlands, on a long descent, the rest of the route is completely level. Soon you will reach the idyllic Overijsselkanal and drive along its shore to Deventer.The former Hanseatic city on the banks of the IJssel was fought over and over again in the course of its more than 1200 years of history and last bombed in World War II. Nevertheless, the city center surrounded by a ditch is worth seeing with its narrow streets. The landmark of the city is, in addition to the spice and honey cake, the tower of the Great Church, from which you can enjoy a fabulous view. The half-hour train takes you back to the holiday park in just 15 minutes. Keep in mind that you can not take the bike on the train between 4pm and 6:30 pm.
The resort Landal Esonstad is located directly on the Lauwersmeer, a protected natural paradise. The area is best explored by bike, so we've created a 52-kilometer bike ride for you.Let's go from the resort to the south. You ride on beautiful cycle paths on the wheel of the Lauwersmeer National Park, partly on dikes, so you can always take a look at the vast swamp landscape. Cultural highlight of the tour is the northernmost city in the Netherlands, Dokkum. From Lauwersmeer you drive along the Dokkumer Grutdijp, a canal that once connected the city of Dokkum with the open sea.After exploring the enchanting city center of Dokkum, continue to the North Sea. For more than ten kilometers, you will ride along the bank and on the dike. The Wadden Sea between the mainland and the West Frisian Islands is a unique natural landscape. While you feel the salty breeze, you can let your gaze wander into the distance on the bike.After over an hour's drive by the water you will reach the nature reserve in Paesens. There you can drive on a dam far into the sea. A short time later you will reach your starting point again.