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Driving to Centre Parcs Het Meerdal

A Motorists guide to Centre Parcs Het Meerdal - directions, parking and more



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Arriving / Parking

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Each park has its own special attractions which make the park unique. Though you will only find the Montana Snowcenter in De Kempervennen, the diving school only in Port Zélande, and the Discovery Bay in De Vossemeren.

Each Center Parcs Village has a wide range of restaurants, cafes and shops. There are also a large number of indoor and outdoor activities including the subtropical swimming paradise to keep your whole family entertained during your break.

Map of the area



Centre Parcs Het Meerdal driving and parking

From the south:
From Calais follow the A18 towards Antwerpen / Gent. At the intersection Zwijnaarde, take the A14 towards Antwerp. From Antwerp, follow the A21 towards Eindhoven. From Eindhoven take the A2 or the A58 to the A67 at Eindhoven. Follow the A67 (Eindhoven-Asten- Venlo) to the Helden exit (no.38). Turn left at the end of the slip road, onto the N277. Continue on this road towards Venray. You will pass a railway. After about 4 kilometres, turn rightinto 'Het Meerdal'.

From the east:
From Hoek van Holland: Take the A20/E25 through Rotterdam. Turn off onto the A16/E19 towards Breda. Take the turn-off A15/E131 towards Nijmegen. Before Nijmegen take the A50 signposted for 's-Hertogenbosch. Turn off onto the A73/E31 and follow the signs for Venlo until you reach the turn-off for Venray (turnoff number 9). At the traffic lights at the end of the slip road, turn left and follow the N270 towards Venray- Helmond. At the first roundabout, continue straight on. At the second roundabout, turn left in the direction of Ysselsteijn/ Kessel on the N277. After about 6 kilometres, turn left onto the Laagheideweg. After about 500 metres turn right at the entrance of 'Het Meerdal'. From Schiphol: Take the A4/E25 through Rotterdam. Turn off onto the A16/E19 towards Breda. See 'From Hoek van Holland' for further directions.

Speed limits around Centre Parcs Het Meerdal

Speed Limits

Motorway: 120 km/h
Dual Carriageway: 100 km/h
Rural: 80 km/h
Urban: 50 km/h

Distances from Centre Parcs Het Meerdal to...

All of these places are within a few hours drive from Centre Parcs Het Meerdal
PlaceDistance km (miles)
(Point to Point)

Attraction
Centre Parcs Het Heijderbos, Netherlands0 km (0 miles)

Attraction
Centre Parcs De Kempervennen, Netherlands40 km (25 miles)

Town
Cologne, Germany91 km (57 miles)

Attraction
Centre Parcs De Eemhof, Netherlands98 km (61 miles)

Town
Dortmund, Germany105 km (65 miles)

Town
Antwerp, Belgium111 km (69 miles)

Attraction
Spa Francorchamps, Belgium113 km (70 miles)

Town
Rotterdam, Netherlands114 km (71 miles)

Town
Amsterdam, Netherlands125 km (78 miles)

Town
Brussels, Belgium131 km (81 miles)

Attraction
The Nurburgring, Germany139 km (86 miles)

Attraction
Centre Parcs Port Zélande, Netherlands148 km (92 miles)

Town
Koblenz, Germany168 km (104 miles)

Town
Bruges, Belgium191 km (119 miles)

Town
Trier, Germany195 km (121 miles)

Town
Luxembourg, Luxembourg206 km (128 miles)

Town
Lille, France222 km (138 miles)

Town
Frankfurt, Germany243 km (151 miles)

Attraction
Centre Parcs Belle Dune, France274 km (170 miles)

Town
Heidelberg, Germany299 km (186 miles)

Attraction
Centre Parcs Le Lac d'Ailette, France322 km (200 miles)

Town
Hamburg, Germany358 km (222 miles)

Attraction
Disneyland Paris, France366 km (227 miles)

Town
Stuttgart, Germany376 km (233 miles)

Attraction
Centre Parcs Elveden Forest, England377 km (234 miles)

Town
Paris, France386 km (240 miles)

Town
London, England421 km (261 miles)

Attraction
Thorpe Park, England448 km (278 miles)

Attraction
Centre Parcs Les Bois-Francs, France469 km (291 miles)

Attraction
Silverstone Circuit, England484 km (301 miles)

Town
Zurich, Switzerland491 km (305 miles)

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