Ameland is comprised of four villages and a partial village, each of Which are unique and offer the opportunity to see and do different things. For instance, in the village of Hollum is where you'll find one of the most popular attractions on the island - the Ameland Lighthouse. Open most days of the week until as late as 9 pm, the lighthouse offers guests a terrific aerial view of the island from the top of its 240-step structure. Visitors can also enjoy educational exhibits along the way as they Make Their way to the top. Aside from the lighthouse, there are many different activities to do on the island here’s a look at other
* Seal watching more information
* Lounging on the beach, notably in the village of Buren where Ameland Beach is located.
* Water sports and activities, such as fishing, kayaking, surfing, volleyball, beach soccer and kiting.
* Exploring the sand dunes (or keeping a look out for the 60-some species of birds That are seen within the dunes).
* Shopping and dining.
Ameland is only accessible by ferry. The ferry service runs year-round and Operates on the hour, every hour during the busy season. Once on the island, there are three different bus lines That Take visitors to the various different villages and attractions. Biking is another popular way to get around on the island.
Hours: Visitors are able access to Ameland all year-round.
Location: The island is located in the West Frisian Islands. Ameland is located off of the northern coast of The Netherlands, between Terschelling and Schiermonnikoog.
Admission: It is free to enter the island, but visitors do have to pay to get there, Whether it's by ferry or by plane. Once on the island, attractions and activities come with a cost, as does bike rental or bus transportation.