Kerkstraat 92, Blankenberge, B-8370, Belgium
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After a Walk
Here they are after a walk along seashore. There are many seats for beach that you can rent, even a mini house that serves as 'lockers' for all your things like clothes, picnic foods, beach accessories.....you can rent the mini house for your belongings safety while on the beach, I just don't know how much it cost.
A kind of play in the water
I don't know how they exactly call this... but you can play with this to the water.....you have to go inside, balance it, watch your steps and you can walk through the water, the wave will push you back to the shore.
Sand and sea
Born in Stockholm and grown up in Göteborg, both with magnificent archipelagos, I had a hard time during my five years in Brussels, constantly pining for the sea. There were the odd days when we decided that enough was enough, and took the train to the coast (along with the rest of Belgium as it is only a short strip for a population the size of Sweden). Blankenberge became a favourite. Whilst De Haan is more unspoilt and peaceful, Blankenberge is bigger and we enjoyed the almost "English" seaside fun that could be had here with a pier, minigolf and lots of amusement arcades. I AM your air hockey champion! :-)))
It is also not as elegant as Knokke, which was way to snobbish for us and moreover, too spread out. Oostende is also nice and more of a busy port, but Blankenberge simply had that "bit of everything".
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