Wear a mouth mask and avoid travelling during rush hour. Travel with OV-chipkaart or buy your ticket in advance.

Amsterdam Beach Tour

Bus line 80 is the simple and most comfortable way to travel from Amsterdam via Haarlem to the beach of Zandvoort. No traffic jams, no looking for a parking space. Every 15 minutes a bus leaves from the Elandsgracht in Amsterdam to the beach.

Visit Haarlem and Zandvoort, the beach of Amsterdam

With more than enough historical sights, cultural attractions and hidden tiny courts crammed into a relatively small city, a visit to Haarlem makes for a brilliant day trip from Amsterdam. There’s plenty to keep you entertained - including river cruises, flower markets and more - and thanks to its compact size, it’s easy to get a good introduction to the city even if you only have one day to explore it.

In Zandvoort, you can enjoy the beautiful wide sandy beach by the North Sea or the beautiful views from the kilometres long promenade. Zandvoort is one of the oldest seaside resorts in the Netherlands: in 1828, the first bathhouse was put into use. Numerous celebrities visited Zandvoort and it is still one of the most popular beaches in the region.

With bus line 80 – the Amsterdam Beach Line – you will not just travel to the beach. It is also worthwhile to go for a walk or a bike ride in the Dutch dunes, to visit the Circuit Park Zandvoort or to see the historic city of Haarlem.

How does it work?

  1. Buy your ticket below
  2. The e-ticket you receive in your email contains a QR code that gives you admittance to our buses for 1 day after first check in
  3. For children 4-11 years you can buy a Kids Dayticket for only 1 euro from the busdriver. Under the age of 4, children travel for free
  4. Download our free Discover the Amsterdam Area app, this free interactive app is your guide! Choose in the app the tour you like.
  5. Go to one of the stops in the tour to start your tour. In the app you can see the live location of your bus
  6. The app tells you everything about all the interesting sights you pass
  7. A quick look or a visit to a small museum…it’s up to you. Enjoy the flexibility of one of our buses leaving approximately every 10 minutes to each stop
  8. Sit back and relax during the trip while you charge your smartphone and use the free WiFi on the bus

Order your e-ticket now

Amsterdam Beach Tour ticket

Visit Haarlem and Zandvoort, the beach of Amsterdam

Amsterdam - Haarlem - Zandvoort beach
Valid one day
Unlimited travel on bus lines 80, 81, 300, 346, 382, 385 and 397
€ 17.00

Download the Discover Amsterdam and area app!

The free Discover the Amsterdam Area app contains 4 free tours and tells you everything about all the interesting sights you pass in 8 languages (English, Deutsch, Nederlands, Español, Italiano, Français, Português, 中国). Follow live where your bus is on the route so you are prepared to get off or hop on the bus in time.

> Download in de Google Play Store (Android)
> Download in de App Store (iOS)

More places to visit with the Beach Tour ticket

Sugar City (line 80)

The former site of the CSM Sugar Factory is under redevelopment and how! Event venues, office space, a casino, a hotel, a supermarket and from autumn 2020 a true fashion outlet, Amsterdam The Style Outfits, with as many as 115 shops. Shop till you drop! An impressive area focused on the future.

New Water Supply Dunes (line 80)

The Amsterdam Water Supply Dunes is a dune area between Zandvoort and Noordwijk, which has been set up for the extraction of drinking water for the city of Amsterdam; fifty million cubic metres of drinking water flow through this 3400-hectare area every year. In this dune area, exclusively intended for hikers, you can enjoy nature and tranquillity. You can wander off the beaten track, which is fun when you're with children. If you pay close attention, you may spot fallow deer.

IJmuiden (line 382 from Amsterdam Sloterdijk and 385 from Haarlem)

IJmuiden, a place of raw beauty: rugged beaches where you can enjoy wind and water sports, wide dunes hiding the bunkers of the past, and an impressive lock complex with boats and ships. IJmuiden is cool, especially in stormy weather.
Tip: Take a look at Fort IJmuiden (Sundays only). This fort is half submerged in the mouth of the North Sea Canal. The Sea and Harbour Museum is definitely also worth a visit for anyone interested in the history and development of the North Sea Canal and IJmuiden, fisheries,
and maritime activities.

SnowWorld Amsterdam (line 382)

Winter in the Netherlands? That is what you will find at SnowWorld Amsterdam! Here you can ski and snowboard in real snow almost all year round. Three lifts and two slopes, a fun park, two restaurants and après-ski... all at approx. 20 minutes from Amsterdam. The feeling of a skiing holiday for a moment. Lovely!
You can rent equipment here, book lessons or of course go skiing or snowboarding by yourself. It's up to you.

NP South Kennemerland (line 81)

National Park South Kennemerland is one of the largest nature reserves in the Netherlands. Walking or cycling through the dunes, you pass lakes, woods, plains and viewpoints. With a bit of luck you can spot fallow deer, rabbits or a highland cow from these vantage points. Through the woods you can see the sea shine. A beautiful piece of nature where you enjoy peace and quiet and space.