Due to its direct location on the North Sea, the Netherlands has a temperate maritime climate. In the summers it is moderately warm and in the winter months it is not too cold. From June to August the maximum temperatures are usually between 18 and 22 degrees. The coldest month is January. The number of rainy days is distributed quite evenly over all months. Only in winter it rains a little more often.
The best time for a beach holiday is from June to August. Spring and autumn are also good times for sightseeing and walks.