Cycling in Noordwijk, South Holland, The Netherlands
Cycling route 648889
Provided by: Bollenstreek
This route starts at the Museum Noordwijk & VVV Noordwijk but soon goes straight through the beautiful dune area. You will soon see the Atlantic Wall Museum Noordwijk on your left. This is a museum that is set up in a bunker from the Second World War. Through an exhibition in this bunker and a visit to the tunnel system, one can get an idea of life in bunkers. In addition, you will learn how the European coast was transformed into a fortress by the Germans. In summer, guided tours are available on most Sundays (book in advance).
After Langervelderslag has been reached, the route goes via the Oosterduinsemeer to the center of Noordwijkerhout, recognizable by the White Church.
From Noordwijkerhout, the route continues via bulb fields to the historic core of Noordwijk-Binnen. Noordwijk Binnen has a wealth of history. Many national monuments show eight centuries of Noordwijk's history.
An enormous variation from the robust church tower from the thirteenth century to the bulb sheds from the early twentieth century. You can climb the robust tower of the old Jeroenskerk every Saturday during the summer season. Experience the history of Noordwijk from a great height! The route continues towards the beautiful"Villawijk de Zuid\\\" and to the Koningin Astrid Boulevard. The route continues via the Koningin Wilhelmina Boulevard back to the Vuurtorenplein.
Below you will find various suggestions for breaks that you can visit during your route. These are divided into different categories, making it easy for you to choose.
|Museum Noordwijk (2202 JC, Noordwijk, South Holland, The Netherlands)||0.00 km|
|32 (2202PB, Noordwijk, South Holland, The Netherlands)||0.63 km|
|43 (2204AM, Noordwijk, South Holland, The Netherlands)||4.45 km|
|86 (2204BD, Noordwijk, South Holland, The Netherlands)||6.33 km|
|31 (2204AH, Noordwijk, South Holland, The Netherlands)||8.68 km|
|6 (Langevelderslag, 2191AX, Noordwijk, South Holland, The Netherlands)||10.13 km|