Welcome to Zeeland

 

Why not consider enjoying the Siblu experience in the Netherlands with a stay at De Oase or In de Bongerd! Both parks are situated in the coastal region of Zeeland ,an area famed for its history, nature and delicious seafood. Hop on your bike to discover the nearby De Mantel nature reserve, take a stroll through the medieval streets of Middelburg and Zierkzee or enjoy a day trip to the Deltapark Neeltje Jans Theme Park, an amusement park that stands in the middle of the world's largest flood protection system.

 

Our Holiday Parks in Zeeland

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De Oase holiday park in the Netherlands is the perfect place to relax and explore the Zeeland region. There are so many activities to choose from: spend your days strolling along the nearby beach or take a bike and head further afield to discover the region’s huge skylines and endless coastlines.

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Beach 2.5 km away
restaurants
Restaurant, bar and shop on-site
tents and caravans
Touring pitches available
Oostkapelle

Look no further for an unforgettable stay in fully-equipped, top-of-the-range mobile home in a unique location. Sunbathe on the vast North Sea beaches, explore the historic city of Middelburg, cycle around the beautiful De Mantel National Park or simply kick back and relax on the park!

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Beach 2.5km away
heated, covered pool
Heated indoor pool
tents and caravans
Touring pitches available

Why choose Zeeland?

Beautiful coastline

Unspoilt North Sea beaches

Learning and discovery

Visit a range of museums and explore the region's history 

Food and drink

Famed for its seafood 

Embrace the outdoors

Get your family walking, cycling or enjoying water sports 

What to Expect From a Trip to the Region

 

If you are looking for a beachside camping holiday in the Netherlands, then the region of Zeeland, just south of Holland, is definitely the place to be.

It may be within driving distance of the buzzing urban centres of Rotterdam and Amsterdam and their well-connected airports but a stay in this peaceful coastal region feels like entering a whole other world. Enjoy endless kilometres of unspoilt beaches perfect for walking, horse riding and water sports; picturesque cycle routes through the typically Dutch countryside and the local national parks; and top it all off with some delicious fresh seafood (Zeeland’s cuisine is famed throughout the country).

Zeeland is also a region rich is history and in places to visit. Its unique location means that it has unparalleled experience in flood-prevention technology, particularly following the tragic events of the North Sea Flood in 1953. You can learn more about this at the Watersnoods Museum or at Deltapark Neeltje Jans, an amusement park and museum built in the middle of the 8km-long Delta works flood protection system. You can also discover Zeeland’s history as a centre for trade by getting lost in the winding streets of medieval port cities like Middelburg  and Zierkzee or by visiting the region's maritime history museum (the inventively named muZEEum in Vlissingen). 

 

Explore our Holiday Parks in France

Normandy’s fascinating history ranges from the era of William the Conqueror right through to the famous D-Day landings of World War II. It’s also an area rich in natural beauty boasting spectacular cliffs, long stretches of golden beaches, and lush green rolling countryside.

France may be especially popular for its magnificent coastlines and golden sandy beaches, but it also has so much more beautiful countryside to explore further inland. Stay with Siblu in the Loire Valley or the Rhone Alps and discover stunning scenery, fascinating history, amazing architecture and delicious local delicacies. 

Discover the beauty of France's West Coast in one of our Charente-Maritime or Vendée campsites. This beautiful stretch of Atlantic coast is a holidaymaker’s paradise, suitable for families and groups of all ages.

Nowhere is more synonymous with sea and sunshine than the South of France. Warm, iridescent Mediterranean location – tick. French Riviera glitz and glamour – tick. Authentic flavours and savours of Provence – tick.

The southwest coast of France is an incredibly diverse area, full of beaches, nature and culture. It is also home to four amazing Siblu holiday parks: Domaine de Soulac, La Réserve, Les Viviers and Les Dunes de Contis. Outside of the parks themselves, the South West boasts a huge range of things to see and do, which makes it ideal for all kinds of holidaymakers.

Zeeland- Nature

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Renesse Strand
Less than 2 km from De Oase holiday park is the beautiful Renesse Strand. It's a long sandy beach which is bordered by greenery and has its own nearby parking area. It's the perfect place for a lazy family day out building sandcastles, swimming and sunbathing. Make the most of a shuttle bus from the park in the summer months.
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Oostkapelle strand
Under 3 km from In de Bongerd holiday park you'll find the dunes and long sandy stretch of the beautiful Oostkapelle beach. It's been ranked one of the Netherlands' cleanest beaches, and with good reason... you may well be impressed by how clean the sand is compared to popular beaches in other parts of the world. Not a scrap of rubbish in sight! Parking and restaurant nearby.
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De Mantel nature reserve
Whether you're on foot or on your bike, don't miss out on visiting the beautiful lush forests of the De Manteling, a nature reserve which runs along the coastline only 4 km from In de Bongerd holiday park! This protected area of forests, ponds, picturesque winding pathways and wildlife is well worth exploring. Interestingly De Manteling gets its name from the fact that the trees act as a sort of overcoat ('mantel' in Dutch) protecting the area from being too exposed to any strong sea winds. This made it a popular location for wealthy local merchants to build their houses in the 17th and 18th centuries. Some of these historic houses and gardens can still be visited today.

Zeeland- History and attractions

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Brouwersdam Concert at Sea
The Brouwersdam marina is always an area worth visiting and its calm waters are particularly appealing if you're a fan of water sports. However, for three days in June it transforms to become host to one of Zeeland's biggest and most popular music festivals, the 'Concert at sea'. The festival usually takes place in June and past line ups have included some amazing international artists, including Irish rock superstars 'The Script'!
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Deltapark Neeltje Jans Theme Park
No stay in Zeeland would be complete without a visit to Detapark Neeltje Jans: a unique theme park which stands in the middle of the largest flood protection system in the world. Learn more about this impressive feat of engineering while also enjoying water-themed fun.
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Middelburg
During your stay in Zeeland it is well worth taking a day trip to the province's capital city, the scenic Middelburg. Thanks to a strategic seaside location, its history stretches right back to Middle Ages, when it was an important European trading city. Following a 2 year siege in 1572 during the 80 years war, it regained international importance in the 17th century during the Dutch Golden Age of science and technology. Throughout this period, the city's role as an important hub of lens-crafting allowed it to play a key role in the scientific revolution of the era, it is even believed to be the birthplace of the microscope and telescope. Wander its canals and historic streets at your own pace, and take a trip back in time at the Zeeuws Museum, the Rijksmonument Kuiperspoort or the Oostkerk church.
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Food and drink
Zeeland is famous for its seafood, in particular oysters, mussels and lobsters. The Eastern Scheldt lobster has a particularly unique flavour which foodies are bound to appreciate. You also can't miss out on the region's favourite traditional sweet treat, the Zeeuwse bolus, a cinnamon bun-like pastry made with bread dough, brown sugar and lemon zest. With its origins in the local Jewish community, this pastry is such an important part of Zeeland cuisine that every year bakers from the region come together to compete in Bolusbaking championships during what is known as 'bolus week'. To really feel like a local, eat your bolus with a knob of butter and a cup of coffee. Delicious.

Travelling to Zeeland from Ireland

 

Low-cost airlines such as Ryanair and AerLingus run direct flights from Dublin and Cork to Amsterdam and Eindhoven airports, which are within driving distance of both De Oase and In de Bongerd.

Aerlingus runs direct flights from Cork to Amsterdam and from Dublin to Amsterdam. 

Ryanair runs direct flights from Dublin to Eindhoven

 

 

Distances/ driving time from Amsterdam Schiphol airport

De Oase

119 km/ 1 hr 30 mins

In de Bongerd

149 km/ 1 hr 49 mins 

Distances/ driving time from Eindhoven airport

De Oase

148 km/ 1 hr 58 mins

In de Bongerd

169 km/ 1 hr 49 mins