Trips Callantsoog

  • Schagen with its West Friesian market and cosy centre.
  • Alkmaar, with its well-known cheese market, of course.
  • Hoorn, Enkhuizen and Medemblik: ancient Zuiderzee towns with their welcoming ports.
  • Den Helder: base of The Royal Navy.
  • Wieringen: the island inside the land.
  • The largest contiguous flower bulb area of The Netherlands.
  • The Afsluitdijk, an example of Dutch water engineering.
  • Dutch classics: Volendam, Monnickendam, ‘de Zaanse Schans’.
  • Amsterdam.
  • De Klimvallei at Den Helder, situated in the recreational area Mariëndal
  • Artis is the oldest (1838) and most famous zoo in The Netherlands.
  • Zee Aquarium Bergen aan Zee. Experience the underwater world. You can find there as many as 43 aquariums, fish from all seas of the world and in all sorts and sizes.
  • • Butterfly garden Vlindorado. Situated right behind the dune area of Noord-Holland.
  • Sprookjeswonderland Enkhuizen. This is a park full of surprises. Peek inside the small houses of the gnome village and experience many well-known classic fairy tales.
  • Hoenderdaell is rich in animals from all parts of the world. In the tropical hothouse you will find yourself in the heart of the jungle and you will meet with ibis and Pinché monkeys. And of course there are flamingos and caymans present….
  • Linnaeushof: You’ll find a lot of exciting playground equipment and attractions in the largest playground in Europe. The Piratennest is for real dare devils: you climb along long suspension bridges, high above the water. There are mini-cars, slot machines, crazy mirrors, and so on.
  • De Beemsterwijngaard, a vineyard just outside Middenbeemster, a village known for its Beemsterkaas. But there’s more than cheese, of course! The first vines were planted in 1994. Nowadays you’ll find a professional vineyard with an own wine production.

artis kaasmarkt Klimvallei