With the crossing you get all the wadden-holiday feeling: apart from the land, wind through the hair, the salty air in the nose ... And then arrive on the island of Ameland a blessing of peace of yore. Relax because the rhythm is determined by tide and not by the heck of modern times.
Enter into a maritime world. Feel the captain of the ferry in a lifelike wheelhouse. Enjoy the stories and communicate in the radio room.
Corn and mustard mill The Verwachting is already many decades old, but still in work. Discover here where good bread has its origin.
That is a unique way to go on a discovery tour through two beautiful nature reserves.
Ameland has 3 miniature golf courses. For guests of d'Amelander Kaap the course at Holidaypark Boomhiemke in Hollum is the closest.
The Nature Center in Nes provides information about the flora and fauna on the island and about the origin of the Wadden area. You will find a North Sea aquarium, a movie theater, an Energy Expertise Center and a lookout tower. In addition, it also organizes Wad trips.
Just a day of island hopping! This is possible from Ameland to the neighboring island of Terschelling. With a small boat you can sail across the Wadden Sea from Nes to the port of Terschelling and back in the evening.
Beach sailing on the beautiful beach of Ameland.
The 'Bornrif' lighthouse is a real challenge. More than 80 meters high and a beautiful view as a reward.
Culture-historical museum Sorgdrager.
Golfbaan d'Amelander Kaap has an 8 and 16 holes course.
On Ameland you can surf at 4 different locations. On the North Sea side at Hollum, Nes and Buren and on the Wadden Sea side at Nes. This location is best suited for novice kite surfers. The location in Hollum is suitable for the sporty surfer looking for the challenge.
Spotting seals! When the weather is dry you are comfortable with your nose in the wind, when it is cold and wet you look nice and covered and warm at these cute wild animals. Suitable for any weather. The trip takes about 2 hours and you can get food and drinks on board. 244
Sunbathing on the beach, swimming in the sea or a lovely long beach walk. Even in the summer you do not notice how busy it is on the island. You can still find a quiet spot on the beach. The waves on Ameland are a bit higher than on the mainland and that makes for even more water fun.
Hollum, Ballum, Nes and Buren, villages with history and character. Here, time stands still ...
What is a better way to enjoy nature in the Dutch Wadden Sea than to muddle? Under experienced guidance you go along in a group about the dry seabed and discover the plants and animals of the Wadden Sea.
Skydiving with a beautiful view of the beautiful island. An unforgettable experience above the Ameland drop zone!
Demonstration of the horse lifeboat at the Maritime Museum Abraham Fock. Mighty nice to see people and animals in conflict with the sea.
Pay a visit to the Swartwoude Agricultural and Beachcombing Museum. Interesting and amazing what is washed up on Ameland.
Near Buren you will find the last working duck decoy on Ameland. From March onwards the kooiker tells a fantastic historical story about the origin of the Nassau duck decoy that was built in 1705. The duck decoy is viewed and the ducks are fed.