The Groningen coast

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The coast of Groningen, which is a part of the Wadden Sea World Heritage Site, offers a level of peace and space that are difficult to find anywhere else in Holland. You will discover beautiful beaches with views reaching beyond the sand banks and dunes of Rottum. You can walk and cycle through marine clay areas with endless emptiness and beautiful villages.

Nursery of the North Sea

This part of the Groningen coast is one of the rare parts of Holland where nature is allowed to go entirely its own way. Partly for this reason the Wadden Sea is known as the nursery of the North Sea, with many seals, coastal birds, special fish and plenty of crustaceans and shellfish.

Unique bird species

There is also the brackish water area called the Dollard, where unique (salt tolerant) plants flourish and rare bird species like the avocet and redshank breed. In short the Groningen coast is not just a wonderful place for sub lovers but also a unique landscape for those who love nature and want to explore new grounds.