Seekers of peace and quiet will be in their element in Julianadorp aan Zee. The view alone is calming: dunes, wide open fields, the horizon above the North Sea. The characteristic landscape of Holland turns red, yellow and purple during the spring months due to the blossoming flower bulb fields. And behind those fields you can see the dunes, where you can cycle and hike endlessly. Most people therefore go to the beach by bike (if you prefer to choose the convenience of the car, then park free of charge in the spacious car park).
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The perfect wave
On the expansive beach at Julianadorp aan Zee you'll mostly be sunbathing, swimming and building sandcastles with the children. Do you feel like an adventurous day? Then take some surfing lessons at the local surfing school and try to keep your balance on the water. Wait until the perfect wave comes, paddle and then stand up! There are also countless activities to undertake on the mainland: work on your handicap at Golfbaan Ooghduyne on the 9-hole golf course (with a driving range on the water), swim laps in the indoor swimming pool or opt for an evening of bowling or midget golf.
You can sleep here in one of many accommodations. The village has a large number of well-equipped bungalow parks, bed & breakfasts and many campsites. There is a bed to suit every budget.