Cycling holiday: Upper North Holland Tour

930 Views

Upper North Holland Tour

How Dutch do you want to go? Cycling past colourful flower bulb fields, seeing seals in the Wadden Sea and visiting the most beautiful coastal towns in North Holland. Discover everything that makes upper North Holland so wonderful in the course of this great cycling holiday!

Read more

7 days, price from € 574,-

  • Starting point: Alkmaar (Noord-Holland).
  • Starting point and finish in Alkmaar, the city of cheese.
  • Includes a day trip to the island of Texel.

Limited availability. Book now!

How Dutch do you want to go? Cycling past colourful flower bulb fields, seeing seals in the Wadden Sea and visiting the most beautiful coastal towns in North Holland. Discover everything that makes upper North Holland so wonderful in the course of this great cycling holiday!

Island life on Texel

Starting in Heiloo, you will ride along and through the beautiful dune region towards Den Helder. Explore towns like Bergen aan Zee and see the Hondsbossche Zeewering, one of the sea walls protecting Holland from the sea. You will then travel to Texel, the biggest Wadden Island, and walk through the extraordinary De Slufter nature reserve, in which the sea still has free play.

Alkmaar cheese market

From here you will ride through the world’s biggest flower bulb fields towards IJsselmeer lake, covering authentic towns like Medemblik, Hoorn and Enkhuizen. See the windmills and typically Dutch farms and cycle through a wonderful landscape with a view of IJsselmeer lake. Finally you will return to Alkmaar, the famous cheese city, and the Dutch coast with its beautiful beaches.

Find out what's nearby
Google map


Upper North Holland Tour

''I shall definitely return to visit another area of your wonderful country using Dutch Bike Tours. Your hotel choices were excellent and the hospitality and foods provided were exceptional.'' 

More information

Discover Holland in every season

Holland is beautiful in all seasons. Find the best holiday tips for spring, summer, autumn and winter.

Read more


More cycling holidays