Zeewolde. Youngest of all Dutch villages. From the harbour you walk right into the town centre, very close by. To do your shopping, to grab a bite, pick a terrace or to explore the many shops. There’s more than enough to do in the village of Zeewolde.
Zeewolde also organizes a lot of events. From circus to beachparty, from market to concerts with military music, from dogs day to harbour concert. This year there will also be two grand water events, Sailwolde from June 22 until June 24, and the Schommelfestijn with its water spectacle on June 29 and 30.
Outside Zeewolde’s centre you will find various hardwood forests, such as Horsterwold, Western Europe’s largest interconnected hardwood forest. A very special place for experiencing nature; it offers an extensive network of hiking and biking paths. The local VVV at the harbour provides you with the necessary maps, routes and other information.
At the south corner, opposite Bunschoten-Spakenburg, lies the Hulkensteinsebos and the renewed Marina De Eemhof, mediterranean style. At the north side, opposite Harderwijk, lies the Harderbos, totally different from the other woods; there you can experience the fairytale of Hans and Grietje for real! If you like land art and architecture, there’s much to see in and around Zeewolde. You haven’t met Zeewolde yet? Navigate into this little gem at the Randmeren