Find Netherlands Postcodes Inside a Radius
Map of Netherlands where you can specify a point and a radius to search within and return all postal codes inside the radius.
Netherlands Postcode Radius Search Map
Step 1 : Radius km (maximum = 320km) OR miles (maximum = 200 miles)
Show Centre Marker? Show Postcode Labels?
Input a radius to search within in miles or KM. Click on the map or type an address in Holland or a postcode on the center of your search. After a delay, the results will appear inside the radius. If you hover over a marker, you will see it's postcode and distane form the centrepoint.
The list of Netherlands Postcodes inside the radius will be displayed in the textbox above.
- 27th August 2018 : Version 2.0 - Changed to Leaflet Maps
- 17th February 2016 : Version 1.0 - Initial version
Comments For This Page
Sanne, no obvious reason. We will look in to it.
By Free Map Tools on 16th September 2022
I love the tool!!
The province of groningen doesnt give me any postalcodes though. Any toughts? Thanks :)
By Sanne on 11th September 2022
Excellent tool, thank you very much
On 20th April 2022
Amazing tool thanks!!
By Bobbie on 4th August 2021
Hi FMT. Does the Dutch postcode lookup need a refresh? For instance, if I look up The Hillegondakerk at Kerkdreef 2 in Rotterdam (which I know is Postal Code 3054), a 1km radius search on the tool says this is 3059?
By Will on 7th January 2020
Hi Parthvi, please get in contact directly to discuss API access.
By Free Map Tools on 3rd January 2017
Hi Guys, I need to implement API in my project in Laravel (php). Is any API available with php?
By Parthvi Shah on 2nd January 2017
Great job guys! Thank you very much
By Wink on 1st June 2016
Wink, please find the new page here : Netherlands Postcodes Inside User Defined Area.
By Free Map Tools on 24th May 2016
Wink, we will put it on the to-do list. Check back here for an update when the page is ready.
By Free Map Tools on 23rd May 2016
works great, thank you very much:)
Would it be possible to make this function also work for a user defined area?
By Wink on 23rd May 2016
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