Dune & Garden

  • The Netherlands
  • South Holland
  • Rotterdam
  • 24.62 km (Approximately 01:26 u)
  • Cycling route 917703
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Dune & Garden

  • The Netherlands
  • South Holland
  • Rotterdam
  • 24.62 km (Approximately 01:26 u)
  • Cycling route 917703

The Duin & Tuin bicycle route starts at Tourist Information Hoek van Holland, near bicycle junction 94 on Stationsweg 11 in Hoek van Holland. The short route runs through the dunes and the greenhouse area of the Westland; also known as the Glass City.

A folder with the route is available at Tourist Information Hoek van Holland.

Directions

# Description Distance
Tourist Information Hoek van Holland (3151 HR, Rotterdam, South Holland, The Netherlands) 0.00 km
94
94 (3151HR, Rotterdam, South Holland, The Netherlands) 0.40 km
Kindertransporten Hoek van Holland (Channel Crossing to Life, 3151HP, Rotterdam, South Holland, The Netherlands) 1.00 km
21
21 (3151VG, Rotterdam, South Holland, The Netherlands) 2.99 km
51
51 (2691KE, Westland, South Holland, The Netherlands) 6.65 km
Duingebied de Banken (Verlengde Strandweg, 2691 KE, Westland, South Holland, The Netherlands) 6.74 km

Pause places

Natuurlijk Westland "honing en meer"

Rijnsburgerweg 114
2671 LD Westland
https://natuurlijk-westland.nl

Natural Westland"honey and more\\\" is located in the middle of the Westland, the greenhouse horticulture area of the Netherlands. Naturally Westland is managed by Gerrit & Astrid. They receive you personally to tell you more about their unique products. In the atmospheric and cozy shop you will find honey and care products, wooden boxes, wine barrels and much more. But you are also very welcome for a cup of tea, coffee with a delicious piece of honey cake. A nice base near the coast and beautiful Naaldwijk, perfectly located for all your walking and cycling trips here!

Sights

Kindertransporten Hoek van Holland

Channel Crossing to Life
3151HP Rotterdam

Duingebied de Banken

Verlengde Strandweg 23
2691 KE Westland

De Banken is a dune area located on the Westland dune coast in 's-Gravenzande. The Delfland Water Board has previously named De Banken as 'water pearl': waters with a special natural value. Dune area De Banken has a rich breeding bird population, but it is also important for plants, mushrooms (including wash plates), insects and amphibians. From this viewpoint you have a beautiful view over the greenhouses that have been built up to the dunes.

Provided by:

De Hoek van Zuid-Holland