Netherlands Lakes by Region
Netherlands Lakes and Reservoirs
Netherlands Lakes A-Z
Lakes in Netherlands
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Also known as: Sneekermeer, Tjeukemeer, Heegermeer, Fluessen, Groote Brekken, Slotermeer
Sailors the world over have heard of the Frisian Lakes. The most famous of these is the Sneekermeer. This group of about 30 lakes are man-made, the result ...
Also known as: Kaag Lakes
One of the most popular waterways in the Netherlands is the Kagerplassen or Kaag Lakes. This series of ten lakes is connected by canals which make the ...
Also known as: IJsselmeer Lake, Lake Yssel
Lake IJssel, also known as Lake Yssel and Lake IJsselmeer, stretches approximately 296,500 acres across the north central region of the Netherlands. Lake ...
Also known as: Markermeer
Markermeer is a lake that was not meant to stay; however, it is now a popular vacation getaway and nature reserve. The nearly 173,000 acre lake was once ...
Also known as: Ouderkerkerplas, Ouderkerk Lake
Lake Ouderkerk graces the Amsterdam 'Green Belt' of Amstelland like a shimmering mirage. This lovely man-made lake was dug during sand extraction for ...
Also known as: Vecht Lakes, Loosdrechtse Plassen, Maarsseveense Plassen, Vinkeveense Plassen
The Vechtplassen or Vecht Lakes of North Holland are one of the most famous water playgrounds in the Netherlands. Man-made water bodies created by the ...