Extra measures


Additional measures have been taken throughout the Netherlands to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including in Noordwijk.
Read all the information carefully before you visit Noordwijk. Stay informed about the rules issued by the central government. Visit the website of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) for up-to-date information on the coronavirus

List of frequently asked questions

Below you will find a list of the most frequently asked questions about the corona virus in Noordwijk. Additional measures have been taken throughout the Netherlands to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including in Noordwijk.
Visit the website of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) for up-to-date information about the corona virus.

I would like to have more information about the measures regarding the Coronavirus. Where can I get  the answers?
Additional measures have been taken throughout the Netherlands to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including in Noordwijk.
More information about the current measures can be found on the website of the central government. A public information number has also been opened: 0800 - 1351 (between 08:00 am and 08:00 pm).
From abroad the number can be reached by calling +31 20 205 1351.

Where and when should I wear a face mask?

Wearing a mouth mask is strongly advised in many places. Read the current rules for the use of masks on the information page about masks of the national government.

Can I travel from Germany to the Netherlands and Noordwijk?

Noordwijk is located in the province of South Holland. The German and Belgian governments have issued a negative travel advice for South Holland for German and Belgian tourists since September 16, 19.00. Although as a German or Belgian tourist you are (and will remain) most welcome in Noordwijk, we can imagine that you are wondering what to do if you (as a German or Belgian tourist) are or are going to visit Noordwijk.

With Corona suspicious complaints, the first advice is to stay home or go home. If you have symptoms of the flu or a cold and still want to stay in Noordwijk, we ask you to have yourself tested. You can call the GGD to make an appointment at one of the test streets in the Netherlands (0800-1202 or +31 850 659 063).

Upon returning home, all German and Belgian tourists must undergo a test to prove they are Corona-free. This test must take place in the country of origin. It is NOT intended to be done via the Dutch test streets.

German guests also have the opportunity to do the PCR test at an independent laboratory, eg. on the return journey. A provider with different test locations is: https://coronalab.eu/en/ This may save you time and keep any mandatory quarantine period as short as possible.

Cancellation conditions
If you wish to cancel  your trip, this will be done on the basis of the current cancellation conditions of the location or organisation where you have booked your trip.

Beach pavilions, bars and restaurants
The beach pavilions and other bars and restaurants will be open again from 1st of June. 

Are the beach and dunes accessible?
The beach and dunes of Noordwijk are open and accessible. You can visit the beach and the dunes. You must not form groups, and must maintain a minimum distance of 1.5 meters. Protect yourself and the people around you and adhere to these measures of the central government. The situation is being closely monitored. There is plenty of parking space in Noordwijk. Please note: when the weather is good, it can get crowded. The parking spaces are then controlled. To find out more about these additional measures, visit the website or social media of the municipality of Noordwijk.

Are locations such as (day) attractions, museums, restaurants, cafés, theatres and other tourist spots open in Noordwijk?
Adapted measures from 1 July
Cinemas are open (maximum of 30 people)
Restaurants and cafés are open (maximum of 30 people)
Organised meetings are allowed (maximum of 30 people)
Church services are allowed 
Cultural institutions are open 

Are there public toilets open?
The toilets of the beach pavilions and restaurants are open. Of course, the 1.5-meter rule and hygiene measures also apply here.

Are there any events still going on in Noordwijk?
A lot of events in Noordwijk have been cancelled or postponed. We are trying to keep our list of events as up to date as possible. We also advise you to consult the website of the event in question.

Are supermarkets and shops open in Noordwijk?
Supermarkets and shops are open. Everyone in the Netherlands is being asked to maintain a distance of 1.5 meter where possible. Including while shopping.

Are the Tourist Information Offices in Noordwijk and Noordwijkerhout open?
VVV (Tourist Information Office) Noordwijkerhout  Monday to Saturday from 10:00 am - 02:00 pm.
VVV (Tourist Information Office) Noordwijk Monday to Saturday from 10:30 am - 02:00 pm.
The Tourist Information Office can also be reached by telephone for questions Monday to Saturday from 10:00 am - 02:00 pm at (0031)(0)252 372 096. 

I have booked accommodation / made a reservation in Noordwijk.

Can I still change or cancel my reservation?
You can contact the booked accommodation directly. Or, if appropriate, ask your travel insurance company about the conditions of cancellation insurance.


Are hotels, campsites and holiday parks in Noordwijk open?
Hotels, campsites and holiday parks in Noordwijk are open. Campsites with communal sanitary facilities may reopen from 1 July. The holiday parks are spacious and the holiday homes have big gardens, so you do not have to come into contact with other holiday guests. However, if you have symptoms of the coronavirus, we ask you not to book a holiday or, if you have already booked a holiday, to reschedule it. This is to protect the health of other guests and staff. Please contact the property owner to discuss how you can postpone or adjust a reservation. 

Is it possible for several families to stay in one holiday rental?
No restrictive measures have been officially imposed in this respect. However, the measure also applies here that you must maintain a distance of 1.5 meter from people who do not belong to your household. 

Are you on holiday in Noordwijk?
Also take responsibility as a tourist and comply with the measures against the coronavirus. Help prevent infection:
- Wash your hands regularly: before eating, after using the toilet and after coughing, sneezing or blowing your nose. Dry your hands thoroughly after washing them.
- If you have to cough or sneeze, hold a tissue to your face or cough or sneeze into your elbow. Preferably use paper tissues and throw them away after use. Use a tissue only once.
- Make sure where you are staying is properly ventilated.
- Don't shake hands.
- Keep a minimum distance of 1.5 meter.
- Keep enough distance at bike rental shops or other rental locations, and book online where possible.