Beautiful coastal village in the Kop van Noord-Holland
The beautiful coastal village Callantsoog is located in the Kop van Noord-Holland in the municipality of Schagen. The village is known as a seaside resort and has 2550 inhabitants. The cozy village square is located directly behind the dunes. Here is always something to do. The square has recently been completely refurbished and equipped with free public WIFI. So you are always aware of the current weather forecast, you can look up where you can eat good food or share the best beach pictures with your friends.
On the village square of Callantsoog you can stroll along the shops, have a drink on a terrace or dine in one of the many restaurants. The supermarket and shops are open 7 days a week during the season. You don't have to get bored in the square. Activities are regularly organized, including an Easter market, fair, art route or the annual music event 'Eye to Pop'.
Nature reserve Het Zwanenwater
But Callantsoog is not only worth a visit for the beach. How about the nature reserve “Het Zwanenwater”. A 600 hectare dune area where you can walk and enjoy nature. Het Zwanenwater has beautiful saltwater lakes, swamps, heather, forest, dunes, flowers and plants. No fewer than 80 species of birds breed in all this natural beauty.
What else is possible in Callantsoog?
For the sporty types among us, Callantsoog is also the starting point for beautiful cycling routes. Think of a dune ride to the top of North Holland. Or take a trip south and cycle to the artists' village of Bergen. In the spring, Callantsoog is surrounded by beautifully colored bulb fields. Tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, crocuses, snowdrops and many other types of flower bulbs are grown here.
What do we offer in Callantsoog?
Zon Zee Strand owns a beautiful holiday park, 12 apartments and various holiday homes. With these unique accommodations and two beach restaurants, we can provide you as a guest with the best possible service for a carefree and atmospheric stay in the North Holland coastal town of Callantsoog.