This small and densely populated country surprisingly has plenty of natural attractions and a unique coast to get away from everything. Dutch coastal Natural Parks (such as Schiermonnikoog, Zuid-Kennemerland or Dunes of Texel) invariably have beautiful natural features where wildlife finds its own place in their gorgeous landscapes, with sandy beaches, wetlands, tidal flats and woodlands.
The Netherlands has the privilege of having the Wadden Sea UNESCO World Heritage, which is a large nature reserve. Water, wind and weather create a beautiful dynamic nature where all kinds of stunning wildlife find their place in salt marshes, mud flats, sandbanks, dunes and gullies. Magnificent landscapes to your eyes, which you can enjoy as you scout for grey seals, harbour seals and sea birds on board a sea safari or as you visit an ancient fisherman's town.