Would you believe me if I told you that Holland also has a desert? If you do not believe me, I strongly suggest that you visit the Loonse en Drunense Duinen National Park.
This is where the fun begins. Located bank in the heart of the Noord-Brabant province lies one of the largest natural areas of Holland as well as Europe's largest sand drift zone.
Those interested in history will love to know that these dunes were formed nearly 10,000 years ago. Also referred to by the name of Brabant Sahara, the dunes consists of around 30 square kilometers of shifting sand.