Bungalow.Net's holiday homes in South Holland are great accommodations for an unforgettable holiday in the Netherlands. In the northwestern part of South Holland, near Katwijk, Noordwijk and Norrwijkerhout, lies the Dune and Bulb Region. With a combination of coastal sand dunes, beaches, lakes and flower bulb fields, it's the perfect place whether you're looking for water sports or nature. You can also combine your love of culture with a culinary family holiday in South Holland with a visit to the city of Gouda. Famous for its cheese, you can browse the cheese market on Thursdays then visit the Gouda Museum, Dutch Resistance Museum (Verzetsmuseum) and St John's church which has the best stained glass collection in the Netherlands. Gouda's small harbor filled with historic ships makes it a popular destination for a day trip in South Holland.City tripping in South Holland
Being one of the most populated regions in the world, not surprisingly you can visit numerous historic and vibrant cities including The Hague, an interesting city with plenty to see and do. Spend your time in The Hague visiting interesting museums like the Mauritshuis art museum, Louwman Auto Museum or Madurodam miniature city which tells the story of how Dutch cities developed. You can even enjoy some wellness in The Hague with a trip to one of its spas. In Alphen aan den Rijn you can view the Eendracht Grain Mill, a windmill dating from the 17th century, which is open to visitors. In Leiden there is another great windmill (De Valk) plus the fascinating "pesthuis", an historic building that once housed victims of the bubonic plague and now serves as the entrance to the Naturalis natural history museum. Leiden is also a great place for water sports thanks to the Kagerplassen (Kaag Lakes). Spend your day sailing, boating, swimming, sunbathing or enjoy a magnificent fishing holiday in South Holland. Whatever you choose to do, fun is basically guaranteed here!An active holiday
In South Holland, an active vacation can be the best choice, being that within close proximity you will find lakes and rivers, beautiful natural surroundings including bulb fields, windmills and historic cities like Dordrecht, the oldest city in Holland. Its historic merchant houses, harbor and canals make it a popular destination for day trips when staying in a holiday home in South Holland. In addition to culture in Dordrecht, visiting museums like the Museum of Sewing Machines and the National Museum of Landscaping, you can attend the annual book fair, which is the largest book market in Holland and attracts thousands of people each year. Situated on the North Sea, South Holland is also an ideal province for water sports or you can enjoy trekking, courtesy of wonderful trails like the Dune Route Meijendel in Wassenaar or the Brielle Hellevoetsluis Route (GR5) in Brielle. Enjoy motorcycling in Brielle or try Nordic walking in The Hague. And after a full day of adventure, it's always great to relax or relish the vibrant nightlife of the cities of South Holland, after all, you're on vacation!