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Jan de Bell, North Holland, Netherlands

Jan de Bell Jachthaven or Port Jan de Bell is a Dutch marina that is situated in the town and municipality of Aalsmeer, in the north-western Netherlands, in the province of North Holland. This is a part of the historic region of Amsterdam City and welcomes its guests in a traditional environment where plenty of historical attractions can be seen. Tourists will encounter a town that is worldwide famous for flower cultivation and flower auctions are some of the most popular attractions of the area. Travellers will have the opportunity of visiting war memorials and incredibly beautiful gardens. Active tourists are encouraged to practise their favourite water sports and nautical activities, as well as boat tours that will reveal plenty of this area’s natural beauties and those who are passionate about history can closely admire rare, natural collections in the Tuinbouwmuseum Historische Tuin Aalsmeer. Travellers who wish to stay some more can accommodate at hotels like the Hotel Chariot.

Facilities of Jan de Bell

Bar

Drinking water

Dressing rooms

Electricity

Service Station for ships

Travellift

Restaurant

Photo Gallery

Cancellation Policy of Jan de Bell : restrictive

The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.

Attractions in North Holland

Home of the Tulips and the host of the capital of Netherland - North Holland is a province in the country of Netherland located on the North Sea in the north-west part of the country. This fantastic region offers superb landscapes as well as some of the most important cities. This is an area where tourists can enjoy countless tours of the surrounding attractions and long walks through the squares of the major cities.

North Holland is the host of 51 municipalities, the largest being Alkmaar and Amsterdam. These two cities offer countless sightseeing possibilities like museums, cathedrals and national parks.

Alkmaar is also known as the Dutch capital of cheese. Tourists can visit countless cheese markets spread along the city streets that will amaze their taste buds.
The Beatles Museum located in this town is one of the most famous landmarks in the area and is a tribute to the famous British group. This is the place where you can find rare records... more info