Maarten van der Meer

Boulevard and Noorderpier

From the Koningin Emmaboulevard, you can enjoy a dynamic view of the area. About 80,000 ships pass by Hoek van Holland (inbound and outbound) every year, from sailing ships, large cruise ships and small cargo ships to mammoth tankers and even drilling rigs. The atmosphere on the boulevard is determined by, among other things, the unique works of art and the ‘Hoge Licht’ lighthouse.

A visit to the boulevard can easily be combined with a walk on the North Pier. The pier is 4.5 km long and parts are accessible to walkers and fishermen. Make sure you take into account the dangerous waves that hit the pier. Enter at your own risk.

Wandelen in Hoek van Holland

De bossen, de duinen, het strand en de zee, lenen zich uitstekend voor een verkenning te voet. Bij de Rotterdam Tourist Information Hoek van Holland aan de Prins Hendrikstraat 281 zijn verschillende wandelroutes verkrijgbaar.

Near the Boulevard and Noorderpier

Strand

Het strand van Hoek van Holland is 250 meter breed en 3,5 km lang. Erach...

Atlantikwall Museum

Hoek van Holland was part of the Atlantic Wall, the German defence line ...

Redding- en Veerdienstmuseum Jan Lels

The Rescue and Ferry Museums are both located in an ammunition bunker da...

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