EuroParcs Zilverstrand is located in the middle of the greenery of the Antwerp Kempen. This holiday park is located in Mol in Belgium and is named after the white sand of the beautiful sandy beach that is located in the park. In addition to endless water fun in the swimming pond and in the indoor pool, you can enjoy countless facilities and the beautiful natural surroundings of EuroParcs Zilverstrand!
The beautiful wooded area of EuroParcs Zilverstrand encourages you to go out. Cycling and walking is very much possible thanks to the wide choice of cycling and walking routes. For ultimate peace and quiet, there are also opportunities for fishing enthusiasts. Not only can you enjoy a lovely beach at EuroParcs Zilverstrand, Mol is rich in many different beautiful ponds and lakes where you can dream away. The Zilvermeer is a nice place to spend a day in warm weather. In addition to a white sandy beach, Zilvermeer has a playground with exciting slides and water sports options such as supping and sailing.
There is a lot of culture to be explored in the vicinity of Mol. For example, there are countless monumental buildings to admire in Mol. Visit Postel Abbey and discover how the followers of Saint Norbert have lived since 1140 in this impressively beautiful building with beautifully maintained surrounding gardens. If you are a real art lover, the paintings collection of the Jakob Smits Museum is worth a visit. For children we recommend a day trip to the Pakawi Park Zoo. The city of Hasselt is a 45-minute drive from the holiday park. In the atmospheric city center you will discover many nice shops, cozy eateries with Hasselt specialties and beautiful street art. You can also walk around in the peaceful Japanese Garden and visit the Herkenrode Abbey, which used to be the richest women's abbey in the Netherlands. With the children you could go to Plopsa Indoor in Hasselt.
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