Parking at Scheveningen beach

Are you driving to Scheveningen? Expect the roads to be busy and prepare in advance. From the motorway follow the signs to Scheveningen or park at the Park+Beach and continue your journey by tram. This way your visit to the beach can begin in a relaxed way.

Route to Scheveningen

Traffic heading to Scheveningen can be very heavy on summer days. The best way to get to the beach is to take public transport or Park+Beach or to go by bicycle. Are you nevertheless planning to drive there by car? Plan your route towards Scheveningen harbour or to the beach resort. The municipality gives the following advice for these destinations:

  1. Scheveningen beach resort (Scheveningen-Bad) via the Prins Clausplein, the A4, N14 (Sijtwendetunnel), S200, Van Alkemadelaan and the Zwolsestraat.
  2. Scheveningen harbour (Scheveningen-Haven) via the Koningskade, Prof. B.M. Teldersweg, President Kennedylaan, Houtrustweg and Westduinweg.

Turn your GPS off

In order to guide traffic to Scheveningen on busy summer days, the municipality will deploy extra traffic wardens. In that case, motorists are advised to switch off their automotive navigation system (GPS) and to follow the instructions of the traffic wardens.

Visitors enjoying Scheveningen beach
Visitors enjoying Scheveningen beach

Park+Beach Scheveningen

Park your car in the Q-Park New Babylon during the weekend. Continue your journey to Scheveningen on Tram 9.

CS-New Babylon Q-Park
Prins Willem-Alexanderweg 5 
2595 BH Den Haag

How does it work?

Reserve a parking space for Friday evening after 18.00 hrs. or all day on Saturday and Sunday on www.parkandbeach.nl.

  • After you have paid you will get an e-ticket with a QR-code.
  • Print the e-ticket out. You can travel only with a printed e-ticket.
    • Using the QR-code on the e-ticket you can enter Q-Park New Babylon.
    • The e-ticket is your round-trip ticket for public transportation on Tram 9 to Scheveningen.

      What does it cost?

      • € 5 for 1 person
      • € 6 for 2 people
      • € 7 for 3 people
      • € 8 for 4 people
      • € 9 for 5 people
      Park your car safely in the garage and continue your journey to the beach by tram.
      Park your car safely in the garage and continue your journey to the beach by tram.

      Parking at the beach

      Would you nevertheless like to park close to the beach? Park your car in a car park in the neighbourhood. Park along the Strandweg in 1 of the 256 parking spots or in 1 of the 300 parking spots at the Noordelijk Havenhoofd car park. This parking area is located on the Strandweg and can be reached via the Vissershavenweg. The car park is open 24 hours a day.

      What does it cost?

      • From 1 March until 31 October: € 3.50 per hour; from 1 November until 1 March: free.
      • A day ticket for the car park costs € 21.70.

        Overview of parking garages and car parks

        You can also park in 1 of the parking garages in the area. An overview of the parking options in Scheveningen can be found on the website of BKS Parking (in Dutch). Or look at the map with parking spots and disabled parking spots.

        Paid parking is in effect in the residential areas. You can park there a maximum of 60 to 120 minutes.

        Motorcycle parking in Scheveningen

        Are you coming by motorcycle? There are 2 special parking areas for motorcycles. 

        • on the Strandweg coming from the Scheveningseslag
        • between the Adriaan Maasplein and Strandweg

        In addition you can park your motorcycle for a small fee in a guarded Biesieklette lock-up facility. Look for the locations at www.biesieklette.nl.

        Taking public transport to Scheveningen

        You can also get to Scheveningen easily by public transportation. It is a 15-minute tram or bus ride from The Hague's Central Station and Hollands Spoor train station.

        Plan your route using 9292.nl or HTM.nl.

          The beach can easily be reached by public transportation
          The beach can easily be reached by public transportation

          Published: 1 January 2017Modified: 7 May 2018