's-Gravenzande is a town in the province of South Holland, in the Netherlands. It is a part of the municipality of Westland, and lies about 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) southwest of The Hague. Until 2004 it was a separate municipality and covered an area of 20.77 km² (of which 3.38 km² water).
Restaurants in 's-Gravenzande
4.5 based on 163 reviews
Huge beach of North Sea, a lot of people but it's still empty. Surrounded by dunes. Great view of the ships entering or leaving port
4 based on 73 reviews
Situated in a large glass house there is a beautiful Japanese Watergarden. The garden is decorated with huge rocks and central with a pond with streams and Waterfalls, flowers and bonsai trees. In the pond there are hundres of KOI fish with beautiful colours, you can also feed them. In the garden are different aviary's with tropical birds like the Red an Blue Ara and Japanese nightingales.
When having a party with family, colleagues, your teammates or friends this is a perfect outing. Also when you bring a bunch of kids with ya. Food: plenty of choice for everybody, from sushi to poffertjes (a Dutch traditional kind of pancakeish food). Drinks: common beer, non alcohol juices, soft drinks and wines available. Definitely not the place for a romantic dinner for two. You can eat as much as you like for one price that is based on the time you like to spend here. Parking is free and the Watertuin is easy to reach form The Hagueh, Delft and Rotterdam.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
Wato Events, het leukste evenementenbureau voor strandactiviteiten in en om het Westland. Blokarten, powerkiten, flyboarden, kitebuggyen, kajakken, raften, golfsurfen en nog veel meer.
Leuke middag gehad met het spelen van Bubble Soccer. Een begeleider van Wato Events bleeft de hele tijd aanwezig om alles zo soepel mogelijk te laten verlopen. Er had misschien nog iets meer aandacht aan het oplopen van eventuele blessures besteedt kunnen worden; één van onze deelnemers raakte in de eerste 5-10 min helaas al best ernstig geblesseerd, dat was erg jammer. Vooral voor haar, maar natuurlijk ook voor ons!
4 based on 1 reviews
Dreams Surfschool has a laid back atmosphere. Surf classes are available for all levels and Dreams offers special surfcamps for kids. Ter Heijde beach is a sports beach, wide Beaches, quiet and good beginner waves. Parking is free in town. Go for a surf, chill on the beach and finish with a bbq at Jamm Beach (our neighbours)
Dit jaar met m'n brugklas hier surfles gehad. Was geweldig! Ze doen het erg leuk en de pubers hebben zich reuze vermaakt.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
The Mauritshuis is home to the very best of Dutch Golden Age painting. The compact, yet world-renowned collection, is situated in the heart of The Hague, right next to the government centre. Masterpieces such as Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring, The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp by Rembrandt, The Goldfinch by Fabritius and The Bull by Potter are on permanent display in the intimate rooms of this seventeenth-century monument.
Excellent museum with a large variety of paintings. Each room provides another opportunity for more great artwork. We spent a couple of hours observing. You could spend the good part of a day!
4 based on 3 reviews
Met een paar vrienden zijn we hier gaan karten. Via Groupon hadden we twee heats van ongeveer 10 minuten voor €16,50, niet duur! De kartbaan is echt gigantisch, de grootste die ik heb meegemaakt en ook met veel verhogingen en verschillende stukken. De karts waren prima in orde en we hebben een paar leuke heats gehad. Achteraf krijg je een blaadje mee met de snelste tijden en na elke ronde zie je ook je ronde tijden. Een aanrader, ik kom misschien nog wel een keertje terug!
3.5 based on 3 reviews
Smallish museum which has information about how it all started with machines and material from that era. Outside you can see local herbs and fruits. Inside you have various photos and paintings. There is posibility of coffee, softdrinks and cake. Cheap entree (5 euro)
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Erg gezellig teamuitje gehad met goed eten en een pubquiz. Alles was top geregeld. Wij komen zeker nog een keer terug en raden het zeker aan
4.5 based on 107 reviews
This small museum is an excellent place to learn about how the Dutch are the world masters at water defence. Located next to the Maeskering, these are huge gates that close the main Rotterdam shipping canal, the Nieuwe Waterweg (new waterway) whenever severe floods are expected. I'll be honest here and say that I live 5 Kms away and can see these gates from my apartment and in 5 years, they've not closed in anger, though were on red alert, ready to close once. They close them for testing once a year for a 12 hour tide cycle - usually a weekend in September (check the website). It's well worth seeing. The museum is well laid out with exhibits for kids to play with to explain how the Dutch keep the sea out. If you going to / from the ferry, take an extra hour or two and drop by.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Prinsenbos is not a big natural park but it has enough things to do for the kids in nice summer day. Family with or without kids can have a busy day there. In the park has a big lake, good for kids to play with sand and water, or fishing. An interesting stroll around the park to experience the butterfly garden, the herbal garden or the mini bat forest, everything just not so big but enough fun for everyone. In nice weather days, Prinsenbos is an ideal destination for many families, it is very busy.
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