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Camping in the middle of nature with extra comfort in Dennenbos
Campsite with private sanitary 2 weeks arrangement Camp plots on family campsite the Bremakker, fitted with a private sanitary unit. Every unit has a shower, toilet, washbasin, heater, cable television…Read more
Campsite with private sanitary 2 weeks arrangement
Camp plots on family campsite the Bremakker, fitted with a private sanitary unit. Every unit has a shower, toilet, washbasin, heater, cable television connection, electricity connection ( 10 amp.) and a water tap with water drainage. The plots are suited for a tent or caravan. Campers are allowed if they are parked at the same plot during your stay.
The campsite is car- free, your car is parked at the central car park. At arrival and departure you can get to your plot by car.
Trailers ( € 1,50 per night ) are not allowed to be parked on the camp plots. There is a separate space on the central car park.Extra car 3 euro's per night.
Dogs are not allowed during the 9th of July until 26th of August.
Location: at campsite 'De Bremakker', peacefully and centrally situated in the forest near the nature reserve, the dunes and the beach.
Peculiarity: environment hallmark, Golden barometer. At the camping cafeteria/bar, laundrette, playground and bicycle rental.
|Location||>1 km from village
in /near the forest
On a campingsite
|Accommodation facilities||Electricity 10 Amp.
|Shared facilities||car park
Mobile homes welcome
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Texel is in perfect island for bikes! It’s only an hour’s ride from De Bremakker to either its most southerly tip or its lighthouse in the north! And how about a walk through De Hors, a superb wildlife area that’s almost other-worldly.