Zonneweelde is situated in
an unique part of Holland along the IJsselmeer. Oosthuizen
is located between Edam/Volemdam, Purmerend and Hoorn. The
cities and villages in the area have got a rich social
history. This you can find again in buildings and museums.
All this information you can get from our extensive folder.
like walking and cycling, are numerous because of the
polders with their reed and water-courses, where you can
find particular vegetation. But the pastures surrounding
Oosthuizen are also worth while, with exclusive species of
Next to this there are
many water-courses like ditches, channels and canals that
are suited for aquatics. Naturally you can recreate in or
along the IJsselmeer, such as swimming, canoeing, surfing,
kiting, fishing and other activities thinkable.
our beautiful polder, with his canals and ditches, we give
you the possibility to make a boattrip. This way you can
experience the waterways of Noord-Holland, by which you get
a different view on the surroundings.
With a boat you can get to villages and areas which are
difficult to reach by car or bicycle. In the nature of
Noord-Holland you will come across various species of birds
and other animals that live in the polder.
Zonneweelde is an excellent point to start a bicycletrip.
Different species of birds will greet you with their singing.
When you reserve at Zonneweelde, you can rent a bicycle for
a whole day. Information about the beautiful bicycletrips is
available at the boarding-house.
lights, big city? Amsterdam! A small capital with a big
history. It’s one of the most beautiful historical cities,
with a huge number of museums, restaurants, shops and, of
course, canals. When it’s happening, it’s here. When it’s a
little strange, it’s here.
Amsterdam is less than a
20 minute drive from Zonneweelde.
Alkmaar is called the `cheesecity' or the city of cheese. It
dates from the middle ages and has got over 400 monuments.
The surroundings of Alkmaar offers plenty of variety,
relaxation and pleasure, and is excellent for a daytrip. The
typical Dutch landscape shows you polders with farmhouses,
(wind)mills, water-courses, bulbfields and villages such as
De Rijp and Stompetoren, which are really worth a visit.