Welcome to Zeeland


Ready to savour the Siblu experience in a new location? Why not opt for a holiday in the beautiful seaside region of Zeeland in the Netherlands which is home to two great Siblu campsites, In de Bongerd and De Oase. Zeeland is renowned for its history, delicious seafood, nature and, above all, for its unspoiled North Sea beaches, perfect for water sports, cycling, swimming and sunbathing. 


Our Holiday Parks in Zeeland


De Oase holiday park in the Netherlands is the perfect place to relax and explore the Zeeland region. Look no further for a comfortable mobile home holiday in the heart of an area of unique natural beauty. Entertainment, sports facilities, kids’ clubs, bar and restaurant available to enjoy on-site.

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Beach 1.5 miles away
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Restaurant, bar and shop on-site
tents and caravans allowed
Touring pitches available
Please note: there is no swimming pool at De Oase

Looking for a family holiday that combines relaxation and adventure? Siblu’s In de Bongerd holiday park in the Netherlands might be your ideal destination! Look no further for an unforgettable stay in top-of-the-range mobile home situated in a unique location (a tranquil former orchard less than a two-hour drive from bustling Rotterdam).

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2 miles from the beach
tents and caravans allowed
Touring pitches available
pool with retractable roof
Heated indoor pool

Why Choose Zeeland?

Beautiful coastline

Unspoiled North Sea beaches

Learning and discovery

Visit a range of museums and explore the Zeeland's history in the streets of Middelburg

Food & drink

Famed for its seafood 

Embrace the outdoors

Get your family walking, cycling or enjoying water sports 

What to Expect From a Trip to the Region


Zeeland is within easy driving distance of the bustling, well-connected urban hubs of Rotterdam and Amsterdam and yet with its fresh sea air, wide spaces and endless horizons, it feels like a complete break from city life. Staying at In de Bongerd or De Oase gives you the chance to explore Zeeland’s beaches, national parks, history and ingenious flood-prevention engineering. While you're in the region don't miss out on great cultural events like the 'Concert at Sea' music festival or the annual bolus baking competition.


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Zeeland Nature

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Just a 10 minute bike ride from Siblu’s In de Bongerd holiday park is the beautiful Oostkapelle beach. Ranked one of the cleanest beaches in the Netherlands it is an ideal spot for swimming, water sports, sandcastle building and sunbathing. Meanwhile, just over a mile away from Siblu’s De Oase you’ll find Renesse Strand, a long sandy beach bordered by greenery. It has its own parking area but you can also make the most of a shuttle bus from De Oase campsite during the summer months
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Brouwersdam Marina
During most of the year, the calm and protected waters of the Brouwersdam marina (which forms part of the Delta Works flood protection system) is an ideal location for activities such as kite-surfing and windsurfing. However, for three days every summer (usually in June), it transforms into a huge festival ground as it hosts the ‘Concert at Sea’ one of Zeeland’s biggest and most popular festivals. Past line ups have featured a range of international stars, including legendary Irish rock group ‘The Script’.
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De Manteling Nature Reserve
For a relaxing stroll or a gentle bike ride, make sure you take the time to visit the green forests, winding paths and diverse wildlife of De Mantling nature reserve (which runs along the coastline just 2.5 miles from In de Bongerd holiday park). ‘Mantel’ means overcoat in Dutch and the forest gets its name because the trees act as a protection against any strong sea winds. This sheltered spot was popular with wealthy local merchants in the 17th and 18th centuries and many of their houses and gardens can still be seen and visited today.

History & Culture in Zeeland

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Zeeland’s unique location and history means that it has unparalleled experience in the development and use of flood-prevention technology. The ‘Delta works’ is an impressive feat of engineering, an extensive flood protection system consisting of a series of dams and storm surge barriers. The Delta works was developed following the tragic events of the North Sea Flood in 1953 which hit low-lying Zeeland especially hard. You can learn more about Zeeland’s relationship with the sea at the Watersnoods Museum or at Deltapark Neeltje Jans, an amusement park and museum built in the middle of the 8km-long Delta works flood protection system. For more about the maritime history of Zeeland check out the muZEEum in Vlissingen.
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Zeeland also has a rich and fascinating history when it comes to trade and invention, something that becomes particularly evident when you take the time to wander along the streets and canals of Middelburg, the region’s picturesque capital. Middelburg’s strategic coastal position means that its history as an important trading port and city stretches back to the Middle Ages. Later, during the 17th century it became an important hub of the ‘Dutch Golden Age of Science and Technology’ thanks to its speciality craft at the time, lens-making. The first ever microscopes and telescopes may even have been created here. There are loads of things to discover in Middelburg to give you a sense of this long history: check out the Zeeuws Museum, the Rijksmonument Kuiperspoort or the Oostkerk church for starters.
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Food & drink
For the foodies among us, Zeeland has plenty to offer. Seafood is obviously a speciality here so oysters, mussels and lobsters have to be on the menu, and the Eastern Scheldt estuary is home to a lobster with a unique soft and sweet taste that you won’t find anywhere else. For a traditional sweet delicacy make sure to get a taste of the ‘Zeeuwse bolus’, a pastry made with white bread dough, brown sugar, lemon zest and cinnamon, best enjoyed with a cup of coffee and a slab of butter. The bolus originates from the local Jewish community and has become such a staple part of the Zeeland culture that bolus baking championships are held here every year... May the best baker win!

Travelling to Zeeland from the UK


Holidaymakers from the UK can easily reach our parks in Zeeland thanks to a range of travel options to the region. It's also a great choice of destination if you want to bring your own car from the UK: Zeeland is within easy reach of the channel tunnel and a number of ferry ports. 


This is the quickest way to cross the channel with your own car (the crossing from Folkestone to Calais only takes 35 minutes). Once you arrive in Calais you are less than 3.5 hours drive away from both In de Bongerd and De Oase in holiday parks. 


P&O Ferries and DFDS Seaways offer crossings from Dover to Calais (approx 1 hour 30 min crossing times)

P&O Ferries offer crossings from Hull to Rotterdam (approx 14 hours overnight crossing times)

Stena Line offer crossings from Harwick to the Hook of Holland (approx 6 hours 45 mins crossing time)


Amsterdam and Rotterdam airports are both under 2 hours drive away from In de Bongerd. and De Oase holiday parks and both offer direct flights to a range of UK airports. 

Please check transport provider's websites for the most up-to-date details on routes, timings and prices. 


Distances/ approximate driving time from Rotterdam

De Oase

45 miles/ 1 hour 

In de Bongerd

64 miles/ 1 hour 31 mins 

Distances/ approximate driving time from Amsterdam

De Oase

74 miles/ 1 hour 30 mins

In de Bongerd

93 miles/ 2 hours 

Distances/ approximate driving time from Hook of Holland

De Oase

120 miles/ 2 hours 12 mins

In de Bongerd

70 miles/ 1 hour 41 mins

Distances/ approximate driving time from Calais

De Oase

150 miles/ 2 hours 50 mins

In de Bongerd

136 miles/ 2 hours 36 mins