Anna Paulowna, North Holland, The Netherlands
Hiking route: 738663
Provided by: Groots Genieten
This route takes you through the Anna Paulownapolder in the Kop van Noord-Holland. Here you will experience wide views and a wonderful tranquility. Ideal for a nice breath of fresh air.
The route starts in Anna Paulowna, a village that, like the surrounding polders, is named after the wife of King Willem II, the Russian Anna Paulowna. It was the last polder to be reclaimed in this region: not until 1846. However, no agriculture was possible on the salinized soil, but the soil was suitable for bulb cultivation: the municipality of Anna Paulowna is still the largest contiguous bulb area in the world.
Just outside Gelderse Buurt you can visit Museum Oud Anna Paulowna at set times. Further on you pass through Julianadorp, a village that modified its original name Loopuyt in honor of the birth of Princess Juliana in 1909. You cross the Noordhollandsch Kanaal via one of the five still existing raft bridges.
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.
|Parkeerplaats centrum (1761DR, Anna Paulowna, North Holland, The Netherlands)||0.00 km|
|62 (1761AD, Anna Paulowna, North Holland, The Netherlands)||1.06 km|
|Museum Anna Paulowna (1764 NJ, Hollands Kroon, North Holland, The Netherlands)||4.10 km|
|30 (Wierbalg, 1788VL, Den Helder, North Holland, The Netherlands)||9.10 km|
|De Hoop (romp/restant) (Molenpad, 1756EE, Schagen, North Holland, The Netherlands)||19.59 km|
|Parkeerplaats centrum (1761DR, Anna Paulowna, North Holland, The Netherlands)||27.36 km|
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