In the Loonse and Drunense Duinen you will find forest, heather and especially a lot of sand. It is one of the largest drift sand areas in Western Europe. The wind can blow undisturbed in many places and that ensures an ever-changing landscape. It is over 3500 hectares and has been a national park since 2002. The park is largely an alternation of dry sand drifts and coniferous forest. You can find interesting birds here like Eurasian Nightjar, Tawny Pipit, Long-eared Owl, Great Grey Shrike and European Turtle-Dove.
You can start your walk at the parking of restaurant Bos en Duin.