Consisting of Scheveningen, Kijkduin with the Zuiderstrand in between. This 11 kilometer of coastline dedicated to The Hague area gives the city something extra compared to other Dutch cities. The breathtaking view of the horizon, the fresh sea air and the surfers give it a special holiday feeling throughout all the seasons.
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There is always something to do: attractions, festivals, a wide range of sports events. Eating out at the harbour, strolling across the promenade, and enjoying the sunset at a beach bar in the evening. You can find it all in The Hague, the city by the sea!
No other Dutch seaside resort has as many attractions as Scheveningen. Most activities are inside, perfect for when it's raining. Furthermore in Kijkduin there is also plenty to do when the weather isn't fine especially for children!
The Hague does not only offer a lot of culture in the historical city center. You will also find various special museums near the beach of Scheveningen and Kijkduin. Perfect for warming up after a winter walk along the beach or when the weather isn't pleasant in the summer!
With thousands of hectares of dune areas and parks, the coast of The Hague offers plenty of space to enjoy freedom and nature. In the years to come, the Hollandse Duinen National Park will also create a 43-kilometer uninterrupted coastal landscape in South Holland, including Meijendel and Westduinpark in The Hague.
Barbecuing at a beach pavilion, dining with a view of the sunset, a romantic dinner in the atmospheric harbour: you can relax after a day at one of the many restaurants in Scheveningen and Kijkduin. And the fish? The fish comes straight out of the sea, you won't find it any fresher than that!