Bloemendaal aan Zee is not a typical resort with authentic village on the boulevard. Bloemendaal aan Zee is namely located in the midst of nature and dunes and the village of Bloemendaal is a few kilometers away. Bloemendaal aan Zee is known for its beautiful and clean beach, but also because of its lively beach bars where music is central. The seaside resort is especially popular among young people who come to Bloemendaal from across the country to enjoy sun, sea, sand and music. But how do you achieve Bloemendaal and where can you park? All relevant information on the accessibility by car and public transport and you can be summarized parking.
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Public transport and bicycle
Bloemendaal aan Zee is one of the most famous resorts in the Netherlands. Unlike most resorts, the spa is in itself very small. For example there is no question of a neighboring village with housing, shops or village. The village of Bloemendaal is in fact located several kilometers inland. Bloemendaal beach includes a beach, a path that leads you along the beach, parks and beach clubs. It is these Bloemendaal beach clubs that provide the greatest fame. On the terraces of the beach restaurants in Bloemendaal is allowed to play music, making it a popular resort among young people. Outside of the beach clubs there are several beach shops selling food, drinks and seafood are sold. The beach of Bloemendaal has the certificate for clean and safe beaches and surrounded by great natural beauty. The Bloemendaal beach is 4000 meters long which is reserved for nudists over 1000 meters.
Bloemendaal aan Zee is not only popular for its beautiful beach. It is especially the beach tents that make traveling visitors from the Netherlands to Bloemendaal. Unlike beach venues such as the nearby Zandvoort aan Zee may also be rotated on the terrace music in Bloemendaal. This makes the beach tents have a very trendy look. Beach clubs are renowned for dance music and DJs bring the visitors in summer moods. Some well-known beach tents, the Republic Beach Club Formerly, La Dolce Vita, Woodstock 69 and Bloomingdale. Especially the last beach club has national recognition.
Bloemendaal aan Zee is situated a few kilometers west of, among other Haarlem and Bloemendaal. The seaside resort is also located a short distance north of Zandvoort aan Zee. Bloemendaal aan Zee is accessible via the N200 which links Zandvoort aan Zee and Haarlem. The N200 is on the route between Haarlem and Bloemendaal aan Zee "Seaway" and called on the route between Zandvoort aan Zee and Bloemendaal aan Zee "Boulevard Barnaart" called. The N200 does include a connection to the A9 motorway.
Parking is available at several places in Bloemendaal aan Zee. So there can be parked along the boulevard. There are parking spaces over the entire length of the beach. Bloemendaal aan Zee also has two large parking lots:
Parking in Bloemendaal aan Zee costs ?? 2.20 per hour with a maximum daily rate of ?? 15, - applies.
Bloemendaal aan Zee
LegendaA Parking Parnassiaweg
B Parking Seaway
C Parking boulevard
D Bus Overveen Beach
E Bus stop Helios
On busy hot days you avoid a lot of stress due to travel by public transport to the beach. You prevent this extensive congestion and the risk of missing out on a parking lot. The bike is an ideal means of transport.
There are two bus lines to and from Bloemendaal aan Zee driving. This relates to the bus lines 80 and 84. Bus number 80 runs throughout the year four times per hour. Bus line 84, drives every hour between 19:00 and 24:00 during the summer months. Bloemendaal aan Zee has several bus stops, namely bus stop 'Overveen Beach' bus stop and 'Helios'.
Bloemendaal aan Zee does not have its own railway station. However, there are train stations in towns and villages a few kilometers away. Examples include the train station Haarlem, Zandvoort, Overveen and Bloemendaal. From the train stations can also be traveled by bus. Bloemendaal aan Zee does not have metro and tram stations.
The area around Bloemendaal aan Zee is ideal for cycling. Especially bike rides through the dunes are very popular. An unguarded bicycle parking stands at the entrance to the car park at the Seaway.
To see what the weather is like at the beach and to verify that the beach is crowded, you can use the webcam to the Rescue Bloemendaal. The webcam can be accessed through the website www.reddingsbrigade-bloemendaal.nl/beachcam.html.
Kite flying is not permitted on the whole beach. It is allowed to fly kites between beach posts 61.750 and 61.000.
Horseback riding on the beach is not allowed in the period between May 15 and September 15 between 9:00 and 18:00.
Dogs are not allowed during high season, most of the beach.