Property Rentals in The Netherlands Noord Villas
Very good, Rated 9 for location
From 271 reviews
De Koog •
Grand Hotel Opduin is a luxurious 4-star hotel less than 200 metres from the beach on the island of Texel. It features 2 restaurants and extensive wellness facilities including an indoor pool. There are 5 people looking at this hotel. More
Latest booking: 11 hours ago
Fabulous, Rated 9.4 for cleanliness
From 204 reviews
De Koog •
Featuring a terrace and lounge with fireplace, Hotel Het Gouden Boltje is located just outside the centre of De Koog at 1 km from the forest area, dunes and beach. There is 1 person looking at this hotel. More
Latest booking: 10 hours ago
Bungalowpark 't Hoogelandt
De Koog •
Featuring self-catered single units with a terrace, Bungalowpark ‘t Hoogelandt is located on the edge of a pine forest between De Koog and Den Burg. It is 1.7 km from the North Sea coast. There is 1 person looking at this hotel. More
Good, Rated 8.4 for location
From 99 reviews
DDe Koog •
Savour the intimate family atmosphere of this cosy guesthouse and experience the wonderful Dutch island of Texel next to De Koog from a comfortable, homely base. There is 1 person looking at this hotel. MoreReservation possible without a credit
De Banjaard, or completely 'Noordzee Résidence De Banjaard' can be found in a very privileged place in the North Sea coast, on the beautiful island of Noord-Beveland. Because of the unique location between the North Sea, the Eastern Sea and the Veerse the park is a perfect base for exploring Zeeland. The luxurious villas and country houses are built in an exclusive architecture. The stylish park, surrounded by high dunes and created with lots of green and lots of water, has a surprising character, with atmosphere and a very private nature. The park also has an attractive, modern, indoor Plaza building. The following facilities are available in the park: food market, welcoming buffet, cafe (including pizzas to go), snacks and French fries, large terrace and indoor heated outdoor terrace, heated indoor swimming pool (free for guests), tennis courts, club activities, extensive sports and entertainment program , slot machines, hall, vacation rental club with bike, vacation library, table tennis, mini golf, darts, various playgrounds, Jeu de Boules, archery sports ground, laundry and a holiday dialysis center.
A holiday by the sea from the holiday homes in ZeelandPopular for its beaches, Zeeland and Bungalow.Net's holiday homes in Zeeland are the ideal destination if you're looking to enjoy a holiday on the water. You can pursue a water sports holiday in Zeeland with activities like swimming, water-skiing, wakeboarding and more or take it a bit easier with a bird-watching holiday at Lake Veere. This lagoon is also an ideal place for a sailing holiday in Zeeland or you can flock to the beaches of Zoutelande, which together with those of Dishoek and Westkapelle, comprise the "Zeeland Riviera". Swim, sunbathe or hit the waves for a surfing holiday on the coast of Zeeland. When you're ready to take a break from the water, the cafes and restaurants of the local coastal villages offer you the opportunity to relax and enjoy a refreshing beverage or a local specialty, such as delicious freshly caught seafood. Don't get caught off-guard this holiday season. Book one of Bungalow.Net's self-catering villas in Zeeland today and cook up some adventure!
An active green holiday from the holiday homes in ZeelandHoliday homes in Zeeland, and that's true of the natural environment of Zeeland as well. Here you will find not only the sea but also forests and heath. The Oosterschelde National Park is a tidal area with a unique flora and fauna. Its waters are home to seals, octopus, sea horses, oysters, mussels and world-famous lobster, but also provide the opportunity to enjoy a swimming or diving holiday in Zeeland. With a network of cycling/walking trails, you can also enjoy an active holiday among nature at Oosterschelde National Park. Soak up the wonderful fresh sea air as you enjoy a full-day program suitable for both young and old. If you're ready to take in a little culture, stop by the town of Veere, a cozy little place with historic sites like the Campveerse tower, an ancient fortification and a windmill. However you choose to spend your time, you'll find that an active holiday in Zeeland offers great potential, both as a cultural holiday destination and as a green holiday destination.
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The Netherlands, (Holland) is a lively mix of tradition, in the form of windmills and tulips, and fast-paced modern European life.
The Dutch are generally an affable race, with a good sense of humour and a keen sense of how to enjoy themselves, whether it be relaxing in the countryside or partying hard in the big cities. Despite their country's puritan past, they are known for tolerance, or at least turning a blind eye.
Known as being largely flat (much of the country lies below sea level, and another great swathe is made up of ‘polder', or land reclaimed from the sea), The Netherlands is an ideal destination for those who enjoy pursuits like cycling or walking without over-exerting themselves. But it is a cultured land as well, as the seemingly endless list of great Dutch artists testifies.
The name "Holland" first appeared in the sources in 866 for the region around Haarlem and was by 1064 being used for the name of the entire county. By this time the inhabitants of Holland were referring to themselves as "Hollanders". "Holland" is derived from the Middle Dutch term holtland ("wooded land"). This spelling variation remained in use until around the 14th century, at which time the name stabilised as "Holland" (alternative spellings at the time: "Hollant" or "Hollandt"). Popular, but incorrect, etymology holds that "Holland" is derived from hol land ("hollow land") and was inspired by the low-lying geography of Holland.
The proper name of the area in both Dutch and English is "Holland". "Holland" is a part of the Netherlands. "Holland" is informally and quite incorrectly used in English and other languages, including sometimes the Dutch language itself, to mean the whole of the modern country of the Netherlands. (This example of pars pro toto or synecdoche is similar to the tendency to refer to the United Kingdom as "England".)
The people of Holland are referred to as "Hollanders" in both Dutch and English. Today this refers specifically to people from the current provinces of North Holland and South Holland. Strictly speaking, the term "Hollanders" does not refer to people from the other provinces in the Netherlands, but colloquially "Hollanders" is sometimes mistakenly used in this wider sense.
When referring to the Netherlands as a whole, the adjective is "Dutch". "Dutch" is not used as an adjective for "Holland" in a modern context because "Dutch" refers to all of the Netherlands, not just Holland. However, there is a good deal of confusion about this. In actual practice, the adjective "Dutch" is often (but somewhat inaccurately) used in the specific context of Holland.
In Dutch, the Dutch word "Hollands" is the adjectival form for "Holland", but in English there is no commonly used adjective for "Holland". "Hollands" is ordinarily expressed in English in two ways:
The following usages apply in certain limited situations but do not ordinarily serve as the English equivalent of the commonly used Dutch adjective "Hollands".
See the article on the "Geography of the Netherlands" for a more detailed description.
Holland is situated in the west of the Netherlands. A maritime water-oriented region, Holland lies on the North Sea at the mouths of the Rhine and the Meuse (Maas). It has numerous rivers and lakes and an extensive inland canal and waterway system. To the south is Zealand. The region is bordered on the east by the IJsselmeer and four different provinces of the Netherlands.
Holland is protected from the sea by a long line of coastal dunes. Most of the land area behind the dunes consists of polder landscape lying well below sea level. At present the lowest point in Holland is a polder near Rotterdam, which is about seven meters below sea level. Continuous drainage is necessary to keep Holland from flooding. In earlier centuries windmills were used for this task. The landscape was (and in places still is) dotted with windmills, which have become a symbol of Holland.
Holland is 7,494 square kilometres (land and water included), making it roughly 13% of the area of the Netherlands. Looking at land alone, it is 5,488 square kilometres in size. The combined population is 6.1 million.
The main cities in Holland are Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague. Amsterdam is formally the capital of the Netherlands and its most important city. The Port of Rotterdam is Europe's largest and most important harbour and port. The Hague is the seat of government of the Netherlands. These cities, combined with Utrecht and other smaller municipalities, effectively form a single city - a conurbation called Randstad.
The Randstad area is one of the most densely populated regions of Europe, but still relatively free of urban sprawl. There are strict zoning laws. Population pressures are enormous, property values are high, and new housing is constantly under development on the edges of the built-up areas. Surprisingly, much of the province still has a rural character. The remaining agricultural land and natural areas are highly valued and protected. Most of the arable land is used for intensive agriculture, including horticulture and greenhouse agri-businesses.
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