The Netherlands! Yes, those awesome landscapes, wooden houses and windmills of Zaanse Schans, unforgettable sunset at the NEMO science museum behind the Amsterdam central station, cycles, a lot of cycles, walking through the streets and on canal banks of Harleem, tulips and just tulips at the KEUKENHOF tulip gardens, a complete contrast at Rotterdam with its breathtaking modern architecture. Finally, an hour cruise from Rotterdam is Kinderdijk, a small windmill village with mills dating back to the 18th century.
Totally a great experience! Here are few pictures.
It is a place with beautiful beaches, natural arcs, and cliffs. Sunset looks great from here. When the tides are low you can cross the cliff (the one in below picture) through a cave and can explore the part of the cliff (L’Aiguille). And it is not a sand beach but filled with pebbles in order to save the cliffs from erosion.
It was once an artificial port and the place where Normandy landings on D-day took place during World war 2 (6th June 1944). Even now, one can find the remains of the harbor in the beach.
4. Mont Saint-Michel
It’s a rocky island few meters away from the land and easily accessible by the foot bridge. Low tide allowed us to explore around the island and enjoy the breathtaking sunset.