Landal Esonstad

Landal Esonstad is located next to Lauwersmeer National Park in the Frisian town of Anjum. Landal Esonstad is a holiday park of more than 144 smoke-free residences and apartments in Old Frisian style and modern Terp houses. Have you always wanted to stay in a modern Terp house or an Old Frisian style home? At Landal Esonstad, you choose your own home harbour with an open water connection to the Lauwersmeer. Here, you are surrounded by a water-rich landscape with the Wadden Sea to the north and many inland lakes. Friesland is a true paradise for water sports enthusiasts. You can immerse yourself in many activities, such as rowing, sailing and surfing. You can go fishing right at your residence. At the holiday park you can treat yourself in the beauty salon or hit a ball on the Pitch & Putt golf course. Children amuse themselves in the indoor swimming pool or at the Bollo Club. Or go to Dokkum with its friendly terraces, easily accessible via the 13-kilometre long bicycle route. Or combine your stay with a day trip to Schiermonnikoog (with own ferry service) or Ameland!

Between terp and dyke

Landal Esonstad is situated in the Northern wetlands of Friesland close to Dokkum and near the N361.

  • Approx. 39 km from Leeuwarden
  • Parking in a central car park
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Restaurant/Brasserie
  • Parkshop
  • Launderette

Accommodation

The park has 211 houses and 10 maisonettes catering for four to ten people and offering comfort to luxury facilities. These bungalows include children´s bungalows, smoke-free and pet-free bungalows. Esonstad also has 129 camping pitches. You are sure to find accommodation that meets your requirements.
All accommodations

Facilities

There is a restaurant/brasserie and a park shop. There is also an indoor swimming pool. In addition, the park has a variety of sports facilities, including a pitch & putt golf course (18 holes). Thanks to the open waterway connection with the Lauwersmeer lake, you have easy access to the island of Schiermonnikoog and the Wadden Sea.