Saturday, 2 April 2011

Scheveningen, the most famous beach location in The Netherlands

Scheveningen is the most famous beach in The Netherlands. The Boulevard is very colourful and holds a collection of shops, restaurants and other entertainment possibilities. The beach town has a fantastic historical hotel "The Kurhaus" on the beach front. There is a Sea Life centre and a Casino. One of the most remarkable landmarks is the Pier of 60 meters high. The Pier was constructed in 1901 and is more than 100 years old. At the end of the Pier there is a Van Der Valk restaurant.

Scheveningen is de meest beroemde badplaats van Nederland. De Boulevard is zeer kleurrijk en een aaneenschakeling van winkels, restaurants en andere amusementsmogelijkheden. De stad aan de kust heeft een fantastisch historisch hotel gelegen aan de strandlijn, het Kurhaus. Er is een Sea Life centre en een Casino. Een van de meest opmerkelijke bezienswaardigheden is de Pier die gebouwd werd in 1901. Ze is 60 meter hoog en op het einde ervan is een Van der Valk restaurant..

Scheveningen Beach strand
Scheveningen Beach strand
Scheveningen Beach strand
Scheveningen Beach strand
Scheveningen Beach strand
Scheveningen Beach strand
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7 comments:

  1. when i see the beach so empty i am wondering what time did u take the pictures;-)))i suppose was really busy and crowded today with this lovely sunshine:-)))fijne weekend van mij!

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  2. The shore looks so wide and clean. I wonder how it looks like during the weekends. Your photos are stunning! I find the photo lovely and serene.

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  3. yes, the temp this week was so high....about 30 degs i think... it's apity i can never swim inthis beach, still very cold for my taste and not blue enough....

    Webbielady

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  4. Great looking beach and pier. I've missed the beach over the past few years since I moved away from California.

    I'm looking forward to seeing your pictures of Paris. :)

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  5. I've been on this beach many years ago (in 1978 if I'm not wrong). Wonderful shots.

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