National Park NLDeltaThe nature, culture and recreational ambitions of NLDelta
The National Park NL Delta originates form the dynamics between water and land. A dynamic delta area that stretches from the castle of Loevestein to beyond the Haringvlietdam. Connected by water and an unique ecosystem, where people and nature have been going hand in hand for centuries. NLDelta is an area that focusses on the development of nature, economy and quality of life in Biesbosch, Haringvliet, the Hollands Diep and the Volkerak.
The landscape of the NLDelta National Park is shaped by the water. It is a dynamic area of transitions and boundaries. Low tide and flood, land and water, nature and culture, past and present, dry and wet, sweet and salty: it is all possible to experience within a short distance from each other. This diversity of landscapes and the associated nature and cultural icons will be accentuated in the coming years.
NLDelta is more than just nature. The ambition is to combine the different themes (recreation, cultural history, economy, water management, etc.) as much as possible. The ambitions of the national park can be divided into three themes; ambitions for nature development, the liveability and accessibility of the National Park, shown in the following maps.
Ambitions of the NLDelta regarding experiences
Accessibility ambitions NLDelta
By clustering icons we can tell the story of NLDelta and make a visit for mulitple days attractive.
DeltaGrid 2050, South Holland