South-Holland  (Dutch: Zuid-Holland) is a province in the Netherlands.
South-Holland consists of the southern half of the historic County of Holland. It can be divided into 6 regions:
|| Bulb Region |
This area is famous for it's enormous flower fields, considered a typical landscape for the country. The Keukenhof is visited by millions of tourists each year.
|| Greater The Hague |
Greater The Hague is the political heart of the country, with numerous attractions like Madurodam and the Binnenhof. The historic town of Delft is famous for it's typical Delftware pottery.
|| Green Heart |
In the middle of the Randstad conurbation lies the Green Heart, a green agricultural zone between the four biggest cities of the country. The flat polders and canals, considered typical for the country, can be explored by hiking or cycling.
- Alphen aan den Rijn — One of the oldest towns of the Netherlands with plenty of remains and museums about prehistory.
- Delft — Old city of the Dutch East India Company, famous for it's Delftware pottery.
- Dordrecht — Historical city with numerous museums.
- Gouda — Historical city, most famous for it's Gouda Cheese and cheese market.
- Leiden — Not just a historical city, but a very vibrant one, as it is a university city.
- Rotterdam — Formerly the world's largest harbor. The modern town centre consists of modern architecture built almost completely after World War II.
- Schiedam — Historical city known for it's jenever, a Dutch alcoholic drink, and the five largest windmills of the world.
- The Hague — Seat of the government and numerous attractions like Madurodam.
- Zoetermeer — A typical suburbian city, which exploded from 10.000 inhabitants in 1962 to 120.000 inhabitants currently. Snowworld is one of the few interesting events for tourists.
- Biesbosch — Largest swamp of the Netherlands. Don't expect any crocodiles though.
- Kaag — Nice area with lots of lakes for waterfun. Good for walking, fishing, sailing and swimming.
- Keukenhof — Millions of tourists visit these enormous flower fields.
- Kinderdijk — These mills show the typical Dutch landscape in all it's glory.
- Nieuwkoop — The lakes offer lots of opportunities for enjoying water sports.
- Noordwijk aan Zee — Historical city with a nice beach.
- Scheveningen — Largest and most-populous beach of the Netherlands. A part of the city of The Hague
- The windmills of Kinderdijk (on the Unesco heritage list)
- Go sailing on the Kager Plassen.
- Go cycling through the polders or the coastal dunes or from historic town to historic town.