Cycling holiday: North Holland Peninsula Tour

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North Holland Peninsula Tour

This part of Holland features the most beautiful Dutch polder regions and the most authentic Dutch towns. You will ride past meadows, waterlands and the coast of both the North and the Wadden Seas. In other words, you will be spending five days cycling through a part of Holland that was reclaimed from the sea by the Dutch.

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5 days, price from € 399,-

  • Starting point: Alkmaar (Noord-Holland).
  • Cycle through dune landscapes and reclaimed polders.
  • Includes a stopover in Amsterdam.

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This part of Holland features the most beautiful Dutch polder regions and the most authentic Dutch towns. You will ride past meadows, waterlands and the coast of both the North and the Wadden Seas. In other words, you will be spending five days cycling through a part of Holland that was reclaimed from the sea by the Dutch.

Holland at its best

After departing from Alkmaar, you will cycle through impoldered land, such as the Beemster and Schermer, towards Amsterdam where you will enjoy the many historic and cultural highlights of the Dutch capital, which are many. And then you will continue on through beautiful Dutch landscapes and past wonderful Dutch cities.

From North Sea to Wadden Sea

After a good night’s sleep you will cycle through the banks of Markermeer Lake, leaving the dune region. Here you will explore wonderful old Dutch fishermen’s villages like Volendam and Edam. These authentic tows are situated off the IJsselmeer. These are five days of riding through the most beautiful places on the North Holland peninsula!

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North Holland Peninsula Tour

"We were very sorry to leave Holland after a fantastic week. Although the weather was not always good we really enjoyed the cycling, the country, the people, the accomodation and the whole experience."

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