EuroParcs De Biesbosch
EuroParcs De Biesbosch is located within driving distance of De Biesbosch National Park and just outside the pleasant city of Dordrecht. The holiday park has a marina where you can rent a mooring place. From here you can sail straight into nature, into the adventure! Vibrant cities such as Rotterdam and Breda are also nearby.
EuroParcs De Biesbosch lives up to its name: it is located at the intersection of the Hollands Diep and the Dordtse Kil and close to De Biesbosch National Park. From the marina you can sail with a boat to this vast nature reserve. In this unique tidal river delta you will find willow forests, creeks and islands. A perfect place to go on an adventure and explore by bike, on foot or in a boat. In any case, you will encounter many (water) birds here and with a bit of luck you may even spot a beaver! Adventure excursions are also organized from De Biesbosch visitor center in Dordrecht. During the day or at night. Complete with a campfire and exciting stories.
Anyone who likes to alternate nature with a lively city life is at the right place at EuroParcs De Biesbosch. In 20 minutes you are in the old city of Dordrecht. Stroll through the old center with Het Hof and the Grote Kerk or go shopping in the Dordtse Voorstraat, the longest shopping street in the Netherlands. A day in Rotterdam is also recommended. Visit Diergaarde Blijdorp, walk across the iconic Erasmus Bridge and go shopping in the Markthal. Breda is half an hour's drive away with it's historic center, cozy restaurants, bars and nightlife that has earned the city title 'Best Nightlife City'. Are you looking for an adrenaline rush? You can drive to the Efteling in about 45 minutes.
The holiday park is in full development. We do our utmost to keep any inconvenience to you as a guest to a minimum. If you have any questions about the scope of the work, you can always contact us.
Plenty to do for young and old, always free wifi
Indoor and outdoor pool
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