Camping BlaauwSint Nicolaasga, Friesland, Netherlands
Why you'll love this parc
- Surrounded by natural beauty to explore
- Travel by boat to lake Langweerderwielen
- Tee off at the adjacent BurgGolf course
- Cycle through the Frisian polders
A lovely lakeside parc, with a beach, makes Camping Blaauw a restful, natural choice for a holiday in the delightful Friesland countryside.
The simple pleasures of the outdoor life. Green space, blue skies, sparkling waters, all wrapped in the gentle contours of the Netherlands’ peaceful countryside. If that sounds like the recipe for a reviving family holiday take a closer look at this pretty, easy-going campsite. Cycle, sail or stroll from the campsite past canals, water-meadows and forests. Explore the markets, brasseries and windmills (well, this is the Netherlands) of nearby Heerenveen, let your kids run free in the kids’ club (July and August) or rent a boat from the parc to explore the myriad waterways that snake through this timeless, tranquil countryside.
Camping Blaauw availability
- Near a Beach (16km)
- Near a Town (18km)
- Near a Lake
- Car Recommended
- Near a City
- Windsurfing (5km)
- Table Tennis
- Golf Course (3km)
- Sailing (4km)
- Cycle Hire
- Parc-run Kids' Clubs
- Small Parc
- Near a Forest
Facilities and Amenities
Sports and Activities
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Direct sailings from Ireland to France are available from Cork to Roscoff with Brittany Ferries, Dublin to Cherbourg with Irish Ferries and Rosslare to Cherbourg with Stena Line.
The following routes listed are crossing the channel via the UK.