The North Sea is a sea of the Atlantic Ocean, located in the north-west of Europe and extending over some 575,000 km². Its assets are diverse, primarily its natural very rich. Composed of rocky and shredded ribs to the north (notably Scotland); Low, sandy and straight coasts in the southeast (the Netherlands and Belgium); And cliff-lined coasts in the south-west (England). It has an area of strong maritime transit and fishing is in full swing. It is an important crossroads of northern Europe, connecting Norway, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, France and the United Kingdom. It also communicates with the Channel through the Strait of the Pas-de-Calais, so we invite you to take a look at our page dedicated to the Channel, but also with the Baltic Sea through the Straits of Denmark.
The North Sea is one of the most frequented seas in the world by commercial marines, where you will find a complete list of fish!
An unusual destination full of charm and authenticity. Throughout the coast you will discover long and endless beaches and many ports where you can stop.
Denmark, the ports are rather on the Baltic Sea, but it is a beautiful region resembling the Fjords in Sweden. Do not miss!
Ideal for both inland and maritime shipping. By extending its territory on the Sea, the Netherlands knew how to control their territory and create a very strong link between the Earth and the North Sea.