With a surface area of just 39 km² Vlieland is the smallest of the inhabited Wadden islands. With Oost-Vlieland it has a village, 39 national monuments, almost no cars, kilometres of beaches and unspoiled nature. Nature determines the pace of life and holds mass tourism at bay. But it also makes us curious about life on the island and how man created it. Learn more in Museum Tromp's Huys and De Noordwester Wadden centre.
Museum Tromp’s Huys: Wanda Sage
The sea often changed the geography of Vlieland and some of the old tales still spark our imagination to this day. Listen to a recording of the 13th-century Wanda Saga in the Tromp’s Huys.