World Heritage Site Kinderdijk

The network of nineteen windmills in Kinderdijk-Elshout shows the impressive contribution the Dutch have made to the technology of controlling water. In the Middle Ages, the construction of water works - necessary for the drainage of farmland and villages - began and continues to this day. The area displays all the typical features associated with this technology - dykes, reservoirs, pumping stations, administrative buildings and the 19 beautifully preserved windmills. The mills were decommissioned in 1950, but all still work. They are 'on standby' in case modern facilities fail.



You can park a maximum of one car per camping pitch or Duingalow. Are you coming with more than one car? Please report this to the Duinrell reception upon arrival. Parking an extra car costs €15 per day (on P1/P2 €15 per day or exit). At the 8-person Premium Plus Duingalow and Luxe Lodgetent you can park an extra car for free.