Products - Tourist Information "VVV" Ameland
Are you looking for the pure taste of Wadden island Ameland? Surprise yourself by culinary Ameland. Thanks to the preparation of the Ameland products according to the traditional methods, these culinary masterpieces keep their natural flavours. Beer, ice cream, cheese.
Ameland beer and cranberry liqueur
Apart from the unique beers they also prepare a delicious cranberry liqueur, made from cranberries picked by hand in the dunes of Ballum.
biological Ameland beef
On our beautiful wadden island Ameland we milk our cows of the "blaarkop" race. Their 100% natural and creamy milk has a unique composition with relatively many unsaturated fatty acids.
In the wheat and mustard mill "De Verwachting" in the village Hollum mustard seeds are milled to mustard in a traditional way. This mustard is now available in 13 flavours and is produced with only natural ingredients.
Ameland farm cheese and farmers' ice cream
Amelander farm cheese is made free of artificial flavours and food dyes and has a pure and natural taste.
Ameland rye bread and icecream
The Ameland rye bread is baked according to traditional methods and is free of artificial fragrances, flavours and preservatives.
Ameland clams, mullet fillet and sea bass
In the centre of the village of Nes as well as in Hollum on the Oranjeweg you will find Ameland clams, cockles, mullet fillet and sea bass at fish shop 'Vishandel Metz'.
Ameland dune rabbit
Many wild rabbits inhabit Ameland and they have grown to become a true island delicacy. On the menu of the Ameland restaurants you will find dune rabbit.
At the 'Kooiweg', just outside the most eastern village Buren, the brothers Martin and Peter Metz breed the African catfish.
Ameland beef croquets
These Ameland beef croquets are made with beef from Ameland Hereford cows that graze undisturbed in the pastures of Nes.
Ameland beef Ytsma
Come taste the real Ameland beef from traditional butcher Dennis Ytsma on wadden island Ameland.
The faces behind Ameland wool are Yvonne Spoelstra and Diana Warmels-Edes. The wool that they use for Ameland Wool originates from 3 different herds of sheep that wander and graze outside on the Ameland salt marshes during a large part of the year. Everything as organic and natural as possible.