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Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix
Festivals & Events
Racing Circuit Zandvoort © JetCamp

Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix

  • Sports
  • Event
Erwin
10 November 2019
1 minutes

Will Max Verstappen win in Zandvoort?

Formula 1 is returning to Holland in 2020! The Zandvoort Racing Circuit will be the stage for this F1 stage on the 3rd of May 2020. Will Dutch fans be able to cheer their local hero Max Verstappen or will Lewis Hamilton or Sebastian Vettel wrap this one up? Some campings along the coast are already fully booked while others are still taking bookings. Have a look!

Camping during the Formula 1 race in Zandvoort

Camping de Duindoorn in IJmuiden starts taking reservations from the 15th of November 2019. They rent mobile homes and pitches. Guests staying the full weekend (from Thursday 30th of April to Monday the 4th of May) have priority. IJmuiden is about 1 hour by bike (best way!) to the circuit in Zandvoort. Check out Camping de Duindoorn

Camping Bloemendaal in Bloemendaal starts taking reservations from the 20th of February 2020. They rent pitches. From Bloemendaal to the racing circuit is only 10 minutes by bike (best way!). Check out Camping Bloemendaal

Qurios Holiday Park Bloemendaal aan Zee has some of the prettiest lodges along the Dutch coast. Superbly located right in the dunes and only 100m from the sea and some lively beach clubs. While we checked (10th of November) they still had lodges available. Check out Qurios Bloemendaal

If you choose to stay on Camping Droompark Buitenhuizen you'll be a bit away from all the racing action (17km, 1hr by bike) . Don't worry, you'll be able to enjoy the splendour and beauty of the Spaarne river and Kennemer dunes. On racing day stop in pretty city of Haarlem for a breakfast or diner. Droompark Buitenhuizen rent deluxe cottages, bungalows and pitches. While we checked (11th of November) they still had availability. Check out Camping Droompark Buitenhuizen