Around 2004, a 50 hectares area on the city boundary of Den Helder and Julianadorp was converted from a flower bulb field into a natural protection area.
The natural reserve Mariëndal, which seamlessly joins the area "De Donkere Duines", is one of the largest natural development areas in the Netherlands. Where once farmers cultivated flower bulbs, now live brent geese, greylag geese, snipes and oystercatchers.
At the listing coordinates, there is a nice viewpoint where you can observe the animals. You should take a binocular with you.
At the entrance to the viewpoint, you will find this number.
Use the full number ('AB' + 3 digits) as password when logging.