Goedereede is a picturesque village on the Goeree-Overflakkee peninsula close to the seaside resort of Ouddorp. This historic town still reminds of the important place that Goedereede took during the Middle Ages. At that time this small town was a trading place with city walls. The name Goedereede also means "safe harbor / anchorage.
It seems as if time stood still in Goedereede. The old patrician houses, the travalje, the former official residence of Pope Adrianus, the old harbor and the stately cathedral make Goedereede a place that you must see!
De Goede Ree holiday park is located on the edge of the village. The park is beautifully laid out, well cared for and very quiet. There is a playground for the little ones. You will also find a laundrette in the park.
In the village (200 m) you will find a supermarket and a bakery (500 m). On the centrally located market place, terraces invite you for a snack and a drink or a nice dinner.
Around the corner of the park you can walk to the polders of the Kop van Goeree with extensive walking and cycling paths. The beach can be reached after 2.5 km and also the main entrance of the Kwade Hoek nature reserve.