Coronavirus and holidaying in the Netherlands
If you are going on holiday in the Netherlands, for example to a hotel, campsite or holiday park, stay in your accommodation as much as possible and avoid busy places. Follow the basic rules during your holiday to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Maximum number of people in a holiday accommodation
You can stay in 1 holiday accommodation:
- with the people you live with at the same address;
- or in a group of 2 people who do not live at the same address. This does not include children under the age of 13. For example, 1 adult and their 8-year-old child can stay with another adult from a different household in the same holiday accommodation.
In holiday accommodation the following still applies: receive no more than 1 visitor per day.
During your holiday in the Netherlands
Enforcement of coronavirus rules
The owners of your holiday accommodation, such as a hotel or campsite, are responsible for ensuring that you follow the rules. If you do not follow the rules the municipality can deploy special enforcement officers or the police.
The head of a safety region can close places like campsites, holiday parks, hotels and beaches if, for example, there is a risk of increased coronavirus infections.