The Dutch sandy beach Strand Slufter is mostly recommended for the ones who don't need any beach infrastructure, except the parking place, and a very huge beach area, with many kilometres of length and a few hundred meters of widthness. It is located on the brinks of the Europe's biggest port in Rotterdam in the Dutch region Zuid-Holland. If you like all those characteristics, this beach is very easy to reach with any kind of vehicle and you can park beside the road where a very large parking place is only 100 m away from the beach. The access to the beach is not the easiest one, you need to descent some 15 m in height over a dune. All over the place it is a very flat beach and towards the sea you have a very shallow water which makes the water entry very nice and the point of swim varies from spot to spot, especially because of the fact that in the middle of the beach you have a small but a deep little lake in which you can also take a swim, but it drops in depth immediately, otherwise the point of swim is far out away. Restaurants are also not available here as well as there is also no option for accommodation.