- DEN HELDER
- ANNA PAULOWNA
- DEN OEVER
- 'T ZAND NH
- SINT MAARTENSZEE
In cooperation with the province Noord-Holland the Hoogheemraadschap Hollands Noorderkwartier explains, how, in the future, we can continuing living and working below sealevel. Without dikes and dunes Noord-Holland can't exist. For thousands years the bottom descends and the sealevel rises. In this century an extreme quick rising of the sea is expected due to the greenhouse effect. It is getting hotter on earth, as a result of which ice on the poles melt and the amount of seawater is increasing. Already now we must heighten up the dikes and make them heavier. Lots more has to be do
In the center of Den Helder, you find not only a magnificent collection of colorful tropical plants, but also the largest Japanese garden in the Netherlands with running water.
19 May 2018 - 22 July 2018
Who wanders around the garden De Booghgaard will see: - A small forrest with interesting undergrowth. - Borders with beautiful plants. - A pont ...
Points of interest
The unique Willemsoord complex, formerly the shipyard and maintenance site for the Royal Navy, is now a beautiful monumental part of Den Helder, ...
A beautiful and colourful garden which looks like a paradise. The garden is 2500 m2 big. When walking in the garden you will be suprised by the ...
In Heerhugowaard lies the Park of Luna, part of the Geestmerambacht recreation area. With the beach of Luna, an MTB course, a walking network and ...
Daffodils, iris, tulips and more can be enjoyed in this beautiful garden. Free admittance.
During the entire season you will find tulips in the park! Land of Fluwel is a unique experience- and forest for young and old. The true story of the ...