Langedijk: Kingdom of a Thousand Islands

It is very probable that the municipality Langedijk got its name from the long water barrier that ran from Sint-Pancras to beyond Oudkarspel. The Langedijk area is also sometimes referred to as ‘The Kingdom of the Thousand Islands’. The land was mainly used for arable farming and livestock cultivation. In Langedijk, the nature and recreation area of Geestmerambacht is known, among other things, for the Indian Summer festival, which is organized once a year.

Museum Broekerveiling / Canal cruise Langedijk

The oldest auction in the world can be found in Broek op Langedijk, in the Broekerveiling Museum. There you will really learn everything about how the auctions started. You can also take an educational cruise accompanied by a real skipper, who will tell you all about “The Kingdom of the Thousand Islands”.

Grand Café Marktzicht

If you are looking for a good place to eat, then let us recommend the Grand Café Marktzicht. The menu has a substantial offering of delicious dishes with seasonal vegetables, fruits and meat. You can also sit outside by the water, where you can enjoy the boats that pass with a delightful view on the Museum Broekerveiling.

A wonderful trip with a real Solex!

Discover the fun and convenience of a trip through the North Holland Landscape with a real old Solex! From Bungalow Park Oudkarspel you can enjoy a round of Broek op Langedijk with your friends or family or get a breath of fresh air on the beach, where you and your tour guide can drive in no time or via a wonderful scenic route.