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.
Why choose Zeeland?
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).
Zeeland- History and attractions
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.