Webcams on Texel
Fancy having a look around Texel today (ahead of your holiday)? Want to see the North Sea cutters enter Oudeschild harbour live? Or watch the sun set at Paal 9?
Thanks to our webcams, you can enjoy spending a little time on Texel (ahead of your visit) at any time of the day!
Pole 17, at Ecomare, is close to the bathing resort of De Koog and marks the dune entrance to the beach. There’s plenty to do here all year round. You
At Ecomare you can see seals and dozens of other sea inhabitants up close. Outside in the basins and inside the marine aquariums. View them here.
Here, you can watch the footage from the webcam at the ferry dock on Texel! Click in the bottom right corner of the video for a full-screen view.
View the images of the Texel lighthouse here, as a foretaste of your stay on the island. Click at the bottom right of the video to enlarge this video.
The beach at Paal 9 is a famous name for many Texel residents and visitors. Before you get there, you ride with your bike or car through a beautiful piece
About 22,000 lambs are born on Texel every spring. View the images of the lambs in the barn of Schapenboerderij Texel here.
See live images of the church of Den Hoorn here. Click at the bottom right of the video to enlarge it
Oudeschild is the home port of the Texel fishing fleet. View the images of the cutters in the harbor on our webcam.
The seaport of Texel is located in Oudeschild. View the images of the harbor on our webcam and prepare yourself at home for your visit to the island.
The marina in Oudeschild is the port for everyone who comes to Texel with their own boat. Do you want to see what's happening right now? Check the webcam!
Texel International Airport is our own airport. Watch the planes take off and land via webcam and get inspiration for your first parachute jump!
The camera is on top of the roof of the Juliana apartment complex. Look for the actual view here.
Watch images of the beach and sea at Hotel Noordzee on Texel here, as a preview of your stay on the island.
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