Zuid-Kennemerland is one of Holland’s most beautiful national parks. The nature reserve is located just north of Zandvoort and the protected area covers 38km2 full of sand dunes, forests and wetlands. With over 100 different animal species, it's an excellent place to spot birds and if you're lucky you might even see wild deer, hedgehogs or red foxes. A visitor’s centre called Kennemerduinen is located at the main entrance to the National Park, which is a side street of Zeeweg (N200), just north of the Kennemerduinen bus stop. You can also get here by taking bus No.81 from the railway station in Zandvoort or by taking the six-minute train ride to Overveen. Then walk about 15 minutes west from there along Zeeweg.