Beach rules on the beach of Egmond aan Zee

The flags on the beach give you information about, for example, whether you are allowed to swim or whether this part of the beach is guarded. Here is the meaning of the flags.

Green flag: safe > bathing allowed; lots of fun!

Yellow flag: dangerous sea > pay attention! Applies to the whole sea; floating objects such as air mattresses or inflatables are prohibited.

Red flag: very dangerous sea > No swimming; applies to the whole sea.

Blue flag: clean water on this coast > Indicates that the water is clean and there are no dangerous bacteria in the water.

Red / yellow flag: guarded beach area > This flag never stands alone; between these two flagpoles the beach and the sea are guarded; water sports are prohibited in this zone.

Black / white flag: guarded sea part (especially for water sports enthusiasts) > This flag never stands alone; between these two flagpoles the sea is guarded and you can kite here- and / or windsurfing.

Flag with question mark: child found > The child is safe at the nearest first aid post.

Orange windsock: do not use floating objects in the sea > Forbidden to use air mattresses or inflatable tires in the sea.

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Dogs on the beach

Summer: dogs on a leash are always allowed on the activity beaches. On the other beaches in front 10.00 hours and after 19.00 hour.Summer: stray dogs are allowed for everything 10.00 hours and after 19.00 hour.Winter: stray dogs are allowed everywhere.
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Aquatics

From the beach to 100 meters into the sea is not allowed water scooters, jet skis, e.d. using. The rescue brigade supervises this!

Canoeing and hang gliding

Summer: only on the activity beachesWinter: allowed everywhere

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Kiting

Controllable kites is absolutely forbidden on the busiest places along the beach. Look upon entering the beach just on the information, thereon for more information.Kite flying is also not allowed on the boulevard of Egmond aan Zee. Kites can be purchased at Bes tobacco & Remembrances

Motor vehicles

Summers: Only holders of an exemption allowed for 10.00 hours and after 18.00 hour drive on the beach.Winter: Only holders of an exemption allowed to drive all day on the beach, m.u.v. zone- and holidays, they only allowed for 10.00 hours and after 18.00hours at the beach.

Non-motorized vehicles

For example yachts, blokarts, sulky’sSummer: non-motorized vehicles are not allowed anywhere in the summer period.Winter: non-motorized vehicles are only allowed on the activity beach

Bicycle

Summer: allowed only for 10.00 hours and after 19.00 o'clock Winter: allowed all day

Motorvaartuigen

Motorvaartuigen, also including watercraft and jet skis, may not get rid of without exemptionthe beach into the sea. These should not be in thesea ​​strip bordering the beach, within a distance of 300 meters from the beach, located.

Non-motorized vessels

Summer: only at the beach activities.Winter: allowed everywhere.

Sports and games in groups

Summer: only on the activity beachesWinter: allowed everywhere

Fish

Summer: the activities beaches are only allowed to fish with loose gear.Winter: only fishing with loose gear is allowed everywhere.Fishing with fixed gears if fishing is carried out with a fishing vessel registered in the fishing register.

Equine

Summer: horses are only allowed on the activity beaches. On the other beaches in front 10.00 pm andna 19.00 hour.Winter: horses are allowed everywhere, not allowed on sun- and holidays between 12.00 pm and 19.00hour.

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Beach options for disabled

Fietsenstalling main entrance,Such. 072-8880000In the municipality of Bergen, you can borrow a special beach wheelchair: of Jutter. The beachcomber is a great chair for the beach, for elderly or disabled. The special tires to propel the Jutter light on difficult terrain begaanbar, such as sand, so you can easily walk on the beach.

There are four Beachcombing loan, one for children. The Jutter one session may be geleent and its use is free. The stalling of the beachcombers can be found from Thursday 29 April at the big parking lot next to the main beach at the boathouse of the KNRM and the historic fishing vessel 'the Pinck'.

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