If you're searching for a sandy beach in the Netherland region Groningen and you don't mind that the beach is actually located on a lake, we suggest you, to visit the beach Strand Schildmeer. To get to it you need to drive towards the village Steendam. It is very easy to get to this location and you can park on a large parking place only 100m away from the beach. The path to the beach is easy and it is also accessible for handicapped people. The beach has a total length of 400 m and is up to 50 m wide. The water entry is very nice and at the beginning you have quite shallow water. On the beach there is also a pier, which you can also use to jump into the water, as long as it is deep enough. Some basic beach infrastructure and services are available on the beach. You also have a small restaurant. Accommodation is also available nearby, mainly as a camp or in the form of apartments.