Exciting stories about the Wadden Sea UNESCO World Heritage Site

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Herb-rich grasslands and salty marshlands

The dairy farm Zuivelboerderij Ameland is protected by the Nature Conservation Act of 1928. Feel free to stroll along the walking path or wander the grounds. Double your fun!

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Herb-rich grasslands and salty marshlands

Treasure-trove in the sand

Agriculture is back in style on Ameland. Potatoes, mustard seed and rye all thrive in sandy soil. The new potatoes from De Suihoek are especially highly desirable. So plan accordingly.

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Treasure-trove in the sand

Lost villages

Ameland lost various villages and hamlets to wind and sea. Read some of the stories about these lost villages in the Nature Centre in Nes and the Cultural and Historical Museum Sorgdrager in Hollum.

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Lost villages

Thriving on ’t Oerd

’t Oerd is just as rugged as it sounds. It’s a nature reserve with an open connection to the sea. You won't find soft cushy nature here but it is unbelievably beautiful and compelling. You’ll feel at one with the elements.

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Thriving on ’t Oerd