The numerous mansions, canals, churches and harbors give away the city’s glorious past and cultural heritage. The Zuiderzee Museum, which gives you an impression of the rich history of Enkhuizen and the former Zuiderzee, is the most important in town.
When you arrive in Makkum, you’ll find a charming fishing village with plenty of attractions for every want and craze. The lavish mansions and cozy bungalows nested on the banks of the lake Ijsselmeer add to the scenic landscape. Relax on the beach, explore the city or go shopping. Water sports enthusiasts have plenty of options to choose from.
Vlieland lies farthest from the coast and is the most remote island from the mainland. Covered in lush vegetation, with green high dunes, long beaches and clear waters, this small and quiet island is a peaceful oasis of relaxation.
With a rich history of power and influence, Hoorn is a living monument. Old mansions with beautiful architecture, churches and historic treasures surround you at every step. If you enjoy history and culture, Hoorn is a musts-see. In case you are looking for action, the city offers a great variety of water sports.
There’s obviously more to Amsterdam than the Red Light district or the coffee shops. Pedal along the canal and discover the beauty, charm and incredible culture that represent this city. Visit one of the many museums, stroll along the historic townscape, and shop for tulips and try their food.
Nested on the shore of Ijsselmeer, Medemblik is best known for its sailing events. You will love exploring this charming city and its 17th century mansions, big churches and the scenic Radboud castle.
The last day of our sailing holiday in Ijsselmeer will take you back to Lemmer. You’ll get to help the skipper and prove you’ve learned something during the week, walk through the city or enjoy the water sports.