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Consult the beach map for a safe and prepared visit to the beach.

Beach map

A day at the beach is always fun! Sunbathing, swimming, or enjoying a drink? But the sea can also be dangerous. What should you consider when going to the beach? How do rip currents work, and who should you alert in case of an emergency?

On the beach map, you'll find all the information you need. From beach pavilions to emergency services, and from the nicest walking paths to parking spots. Consult the beach map for your trip to the beach!

Beach map
Strandopgang met bezoekers bij Boulevard Zeezijde nummer 9 in Katwijk aan Zee, met op de achtergrond strandpaviljoen Surf en Beach.

Veiligheid op het strand

At various beach entrances, you will find instructional signs with all safety measures, allowing you to enjoy a day at the beach in peace. The rules are also available on the Municipality of Katwijk's website. Check out the different flag codes and what to do if you find yourself in a rip current.

The Katwijk Rescue Brigade was founded in 1923, celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. The Katwijk Rescue Brigade collaborates with the Royal Netherlands Sea Rescue Institution. In Katwijk, there are both a South Post and a North Post at both ends of the Boulevard. You can go there, for example, in case of a jellyfish sting. In case of emergency, dial 112.

Katwijk Rescue Brigade