Wilders, speaking to Al Jazeera at a rally at the Dutch city of Heerlen on Saturday, said the moves by Erdogan and his ministers to campaign in foreign countries were "totally unacceptable".
Dutch authorities deny landing permission to Turkish foreign minister.
Cavusoglu said their would be "heavy sanctions" against the Netherlands for canceling his flight and Erdogan suggested the country may retaliate against Dutch flights.
Meanwhile, the Turkish Foreign Ministry summoned the Dutch charge d'affaires Saturday following the decision to bar Cavusoglu's flight.
At least 300,000 Austrian residents are estimated to be of Turkish origin and Turkish ministers are said to be planning to campaign in several European Union countries before the vote. On Twitter, he demanded that the Turkish ambassador be expelled and the Netherlands ambassador to Turkey be recalled.
The Turkish Minister for Family and Social Policy, Fatma Bethul Sayan Kaya, will soon arrive to Rotterdam in connection with the ban on the entry to the Netherlands of Turkish Foreign Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu.
Erdogan is looking to expats living in Europe to help him win next month's referendum.
"For that reason the Netherlands has let it be known it will withdraw permission to land" the minister's plane.
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In nearby Tomioka, a team of 14 have been tasked with ridding the area with boars using their air rifles. "Wild boars in this town are not scared of people these days", boar hunter Shoichiro Sakamoto said.
The Dutch vote on Wednesday in national elections, the campaigning for which has featured anti-immigration sentiment, and there are concerns Cavusoglu's presence could disrupt public order.
Cavusoglu was to fly to Rotterdam on Saturday after he was barred from addressing a Turkish rally there.
It also says the threat of sanctions from Turkey over the issue, and a call for a "massive public rally", made it impossible to find a "reasonable solution".
The Turkish referendum on the constitutional amendment is scheduled for April 16.
The ban drew strong criticism from the Turkish government.
Erdogan's ministers are keen to tap into the diaspora in Germany, which includes 1.4 million people eligible to vote in Turkey - the fourth-largest electoral base after Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir.
Many in Europe worry that Erdogan is capitalising on fears following a failed coup attempt in July to push through a more authoritarian system with few checks on his power.