Location and surroundings
Holiday house Casa Mexicana.
Ms. Miriam Veldman
+31 (0)6 - 29014866
- Airport: 33 km
- Beach: 600 m
- Bus stop: 500 m
- Doctor: 200 m
- Ferry port: 30 km
- Night life: 350 m
- Railway station: 300 m
- Restaurant: 275 m
- Shops: 275 m
- Ski-lift: 26 km
- Town center: 400 m
- Water: 600 m
Our leisure tips
- Bike rental
- Biking/ cycling
- Horseback riding
- Hot springs
- Jet skiing
- Miniature golf
- Mountain biking
- Rock climbing
- Scuba diving
- Table tennis
- Theme park
- Water park
- Water sports
Other leisure possibilities
You'll find the beach with its variety of active pastimes on offer around 500 metres from the Casa Mexicana holiday house. There's a range of options to enjoy, from swimming and diving to playing Frisbee and kite surfing. Your desire to get active and get stuck in will know no limits while you're here! You can of course also relax in one of the many beach pavilions.
The Kennermerland national park is a real oasis for anyone who loves nature.
It's an ideal place to enjoy some leisure activities in natural surroundings with rare flora and fauna.
You can go hiking, cycling, horse riding and swimming to your heart's content in this unique dune landscape.
Fancy going to Haarlem?
The "Grote Markt" has been the beating heart of the historic town centre for many centuries. Once you're at the foot of the statue of Laurens Jansz Coster (known as "Lautje" among the Haarlem locals) you can decide the direction you want to walk in.
Museums, buildings with their own unique atmosphere, cosy eateries and innumerable high-quality shops all combine to create a very attractive town centre. Travel back in time to admire the magnificent facades and explore the glory of the "Golden Century". And where better to experience it than at the Frans Hals museum? Afterwards you can visit the Teylers museum, the oldest museum in the Netherlands that takes you straight back to the 19th century.
Would you like to go to Amsterdam?
The bustling metropolis of Amsterdam has an incredible range of attractions for tourists.
While you're there, consider checking out the internationally famous museums, such as the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh museum and the Anne Frank house. Of course, Amsterdam also has a lot more to offer you besides: You can see the "De Wallen" red light district, the many picturesque markets, the bustling shopping streets and of course the Grachtengordel Canal District with its famous canal-side houses.
The canal-side houses can best be enjoyed on a pleasant round trip down the canals. Everything is possible here, whether you're visiting during the day or in the evening. In short: Amsterdam has a great number of attractions to offer. There's something for everyone here!
Would you like to visit Madame Tussauds? Or would you like to take a boat cruise with a city tour? You can book numerous day trips, tours and tickets at the Zandvoort VVV (tourist information office). Head there if you don't want to stand in line and if you want to enjoy your day safe in the knowledge that you've reserved a place - what's more, it's also extra cheap!
Holiday destination Zandvoort, North Sea coast, the Netherlands, North Holland.
Zandvoort beach with its variety of active pastimes on offer is located near to the Casa Mexicana. You can of course also relax at one of the many beach pavilions.
You can also go hiking, cycling, swimming and horse riding in the unique dune landscape of the Kennemerland national park with its rare flora and fauna.
Take the A9 then head towards Amsterdam/Haarlem/Halfweg on the A200.
Take the third exit at the roundabout and head down the A200 towards Haarlem.
Drive along the A200 and take the "Amsterdamsevaart" towards Haarlem.
Follow the "Amsterdamsevaart" (N200/Zandvoort).
Turn right onto "Gedempte Oostersingelgracht" (N200).
Take a left turn onto "Oudeweg" (N200) at the T-junction after 400 metres.
Take the second exit at the roundabout into "Korte Verspronckweg" (N200) after 2 km.
Follow the N200 for 8.2 km (go straight over three roundabouts).
Drive along the "Zeeweg"/"Boulevard Barnaart" to Zandvoort.