By bike you can reach the center of Amsterdam in fifteen minutes. Did you know that, if you bike the other way, you can discover at least equally beautiful places?
Bike junction Campsite Zeeburg Hospitable
Campsite Zeeburg is an ANWB Hospitable Point. That means that cyclists are welcome here, whether they're staying at the campsite or not. Here you can drink a cup of coffee as a cyclist, but also patch your tire, inflate it or charge the battery of your e-bike. The ANWB Hospitable Points are indicated on the bike junctions map.
Pampus and Muiderslot
The Stelling of Amsterdam is part of the Unesco world heritage sites for a reason. The Stelling consists of 45 fortresses around the city. They are perfect for beautiful bike tours.
From the campsite you can bike in an hour to the Muiderslot, where you can travel by boat to fortress island Pampus. You can easily book tickets for the boat trip and entrance to Pampus online.
Pampus en Muiderslot
De Stelling van Amsterdam is niet voor niets onderdeel van het Unesco Werelderfgoed. De Stelling bestaat uit 45 forten rondom de stad. Die lenen zich uitstekend voor mooie fietstochten.
Vanaf de camping fiets je in een uur naar het Muiderslot, waar je over kunt varen naar forteiland Pampus. Kaartjes voor de overtocht en toegang tot Pampus reserveer je makkelijk online.
Durgerdam and Broek in Waterland
For those who prefer staying closer to home, a trip to Durgerdam is perfect. The picturesque fortified village is located just 15 minutes by bike from the campsite. Here you can fully relax.
Would you prefer to bike a bit further? The equally picturesque Broek in Waterland is located a bit further inland. Tip: at Holysloot you can go on a whisper boat. At Zunderdorp you can tap a fresh glass of milk and buy products directly from the farm at Zorgboerderij Ons Verlangen.