Muchosol has 90 new holiday homes in the Netherlands
The valencian vacation rental company has opened 90 holiday homes in the North of Holland (Noord-Holland), specifically in the towns of Bergen and Bergen aan Zee. From today, tourists can book their holiday home or apartment in the northwestern half of the Netherlands. The prices of these accommodations range between 50 and 400 euros per night and the offer of them is very varied, ranging from large villas with private gardens to charming apartments overlooking the sea, and bungalows with interior terrace.
These are accommodations that belong to one of the most prestigious vacation rental agencies in the country, so the villas and apartments are tastefully decorated, fully furnished and equipped, and well located.
Highly demanded location
The places where these new accommodations are located, Bergen and Bergen aan Zee, are highly valued destinations due to their proximity to the sea, the Wadden Islands and Amsterdam. In fact, some of the apartments have views of the sea, since they are located only 50 metres from the beach. The largest and best known island of the Wadden Islands is Texel, located in the western part. It is not yet a mass tourist destination, but every year more holidaymakers come to this place to enjoy its tranquillity and beaches. You can get there by ferry from the town of Den Helder, which is less than an hour’s drive from the Muchosol holiday homes in Bergen.
On the other hand, the well-known and colourful city of Amsterdam is also only an hour away by car, making it ideal for a one-day getaway.
Tourism in the Netherlands
It is important to emphasise that the official name of the country is the Netherlands, although the custom of calling it Holland is very popular. This is because the region of Holland was very important in history. Here the tourism of towns and cities is very common, for the beauty and for its calm and pleasant atmosphere. Many tourists (also locals) decide to move around the country by bicycle due to its flat terrain: its highest point is 321 metres above sea level.