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Beautiful nature: the dutch dunes. Lovely for some time and nature and outside activities.
Meijendel is the largest interconnected dune area in South Holland. The beautiful nature reserve extends between Scheveningen, The Hague and Wassenaar, and consists primarily of open dune landscape, lakes, forests and kilometres of long sandy beaches. In the centre of the nature reserve is a visitor…
This is an absolutely beautiful place to navigate through - only accessible by bike. Soak up the typical Dutch dune landscape.
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