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 roughly be divided into 5 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.
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.
Haaglanden The Hague is the political heart of the country, with numerous attractions like Madurodam and the Binnenhof. Interesting towns lie around it, such as the historic Delft, famous for it's typical blue-white Delftware ceramics.
Rijnmond Greater Rotterdam is an economic and urban giant and had the largest harbor in the world till 2005. Beside the urban chaos, also the typical Dutch rural Kinderdijk can be found here.