Fun things to do in Provincie Zeeland

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    Cycling from Deltaworks to Deltaworks

    by ATLC Updated Feb 15, 2013

    Given the option of taking your bike by train, I would suggest to take a train to Middelburg and then more or less follow the N57 long the coastline of the province Zeeland and Zuid-Holland, passing by the various islands and bridges, little villages, taking in quite a bit of the famous Delta works.
    Middelburg (1.26 hrs by train from Rotterdam) is a lovely city, then you would cycle north, passing by beautiful Veere, then along the Storm Surge dam called Oosterscheldekering, where you can visit Neeltje Jans, a Deltaworks visitor center. Maybe you can be sidetracked towards Zierikzee. Passing the Brouwersdam, on to Goedereede, passing by yet another dam, Haringvliet dam, where you can visit the fishing port at Stellendam, then on you're in my region with Hellevoetsluis, and the unique dune landscape and beaches between Rockanje and Oostvoorne. On to historical fortified and picturesque town Brielle. And by all means, drop by for a coffee and a bite. Let me know!
    Then to Rozenburg, take the short ferry ride and drive to Hoek van Holland for the Keringhuis storm surge barrier of quite a different character. A mighty impressive one, consisting of two 'arms' the size of the Eiffel Tower each, that move to close when there's danger. From there it's not far to Delft and The Hague, etc.

    Neeltje Jans: http://www.neeltjejans.nl/index.php/en/home
    Keringhuis: http://www.keringhuis.nl/
    Train: www.ns.nl

    Of course this whole trip can also be a car trip!

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    Sluis

    by grayfo Written Dec 10, 2012

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    Sluis, an ancient and historic fortified port, is today a lively tourist centre with over 100 shops open seven days a week. Sluis has been a city since 1290 and today is very popular with tourists, especially from Belgium due to its proximity with the border and its convenient location to the Dutch or Belgian coast, the Belgian cities of Bruges and Ghent, and even northern France.

    June 2010

    See My Travel Page for more information.

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    Deltapark Neeltje Jans

    by Twan Written Aug 23, 2012

    A day at the largest water park in the Netherlands?

    Come to Zeeland, a whole day to enjoy marine life, spectacular attractions and all of the Delta Works! Delta Park Neeltje Jans is situated in a prime location in the middle of the sea, surrounded by the beautiful nature of Zeeland.

    Here you will find amazing exhibits and stormy attractions. You can also board the boat to the water from the Delta to view. In short, take a day off and come with family and / or friends to Delta Park Neeltje Jans! Take a look at our park. We wish you a warm welcome.

    Deltapark Neeltje Jans
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    What's and where's on Schouwen Duiveland

    by sammie Updated Jul 27, 2011

    Tourist Markets
    July-August 5 times on a thuesday in Zierikzee
    8 times on a thursday in Burgh Haamstede
    Week (local) Markets
    ~Every monday in Brouwershaven during July-August
    ~Every wednesdaymorning in Renesse during May-September
    ~Every thursday in Zierikzee, whole year long.

    A ride you can take on the Kermis
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    See Zeeland from above

    by tompt Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Take a ride in a glider from Haamstede. You can fly with members of the flying club in Haamstede. Just go to the field from where they fly and ask. It costed 25 Euro for about 10-15 minutes flight in the summer of 2004.

    When do they fly: during the weekend (between half march to end of november) and in hloidayseason every day, weather permitting.

    We didn't fly because of the waiting list, but Marjolein and Suzan, our two nieces, did and they were soooo impressed to see Zeeland from above.

    Suzan enjoying her flight

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    THE BOLWERK......

    by eden_teuling Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Middelburg is a historic, very old city and that is why we still have THE VESTE.
    This is a moat all around the city in zig-zag form; along the water, de VESTE , is the BOLWERK, a sort of defence work, also around the whole city (once) and now around the city centre and 5 min. going from my house.

    The Bolwerk is a nice place to go for a walk or to sit on one of the benches, to dream away, while watching the wonderful trees, always a joy, in every season... but especially in winter when we can skate there!!

    The day I took this photograph was a most wonderful day, little wind so the little tea-house (not open to the public) could use the water like a mirror as did the trees and...in the distance you can discover the tip of the mill's wings !
    There are 2 mills on the BOLWERK.

    And....this place in the photo is, as I told you, just around the corner for me......

    Of course people had to build houses, schools and shops outside the moat......and we too, don't live in the old city centre (which was bombarded away during the first days of the second WORLD WAR, 17th May 1940 to be precise ) but in one of the outskirts, so that I am in the fields when I turn around the corner........by bike or walking....

    We too, have canals and so....boat-tours.....which is always nice and for a rainy day: don't be afraid, there are enough umbrellas on board, one for each passenger.......

    Let's not disturb the tranquility of this water (where we skate in winter!!) and of this vain little tea-house.....let's slip away and leave them with their dreams......follow me to my TIPS & TRAVELOGUES & TIPS

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    POWER HORSE COMPETITION IN VEERE

    by eden_teuling Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    FIRST AND FOREMOST: for a detailed programme you have to go to the VVV (Tourist Office near the Groote Kerk) because these change every year.......

    But in August each year this manifestation, that is so impressive and exciting will take place in Veere, the wonderful small, once very important city of Veere, near Middelburg.

    Our island measures only 20 x 20 km. so verything is close by!

    Veere will welcome the wonderful, powerful and yet elegant horses and we, visitors will be able to enjoy the event for 2 full days!

    This "invasion" of powerful horses means that the citycentre can only be reached on FOOT.....but Veere being so small (but utterly wonderful and special) that can't be a problem.

    There will be several "paardetrams" horse drawn carts that will take you to the cente of Veere and.....FREE OF CHARGE of course.

    For the children special activities and places will be organised and.....everything IS FREE OF CHARGE.

    Do come and have a wonderful and exciting weekend!

    POWER HORSE COMPETITIONS IN VEERE

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    BBA FAST FERRIES ZEELAND....

    by eden_teuling Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Take a look at Zeeland from another angle!!

    BBA Fast Ferries carries CYCLISTS and foot passengers comfortably across the Western Scheldt in only 20 minutes!

    Every half hours you can enjoy a very relaxing trip from Vlissingen (Flushing) to Breskens and vice versa of course!

    The fishing towns and the recreational possibilities in their surroundings are THE places to be for a pleasant walk and / or bicycle ride!!

    On one side you cycle or walk through the seaside resort of Domburg and Zouteland and you can have a rest in a sunny outdoor café in medieval VEERE.

    You can admire the numerous monuments of Middelburg and enjoy the long and wide boulevards of Vlissingen (Flushing)

    On the other side (of the river SCHELDT) in Zeeuws Vlaanderen, the most south west part of our province, you can take advantage of the space along the coast.

    Let the inspiring surroundings of Aardenburg surprise you and experience the history of Sluis (where are numerous shops...which is also wonderful for us, the ladies.....).

    You will find that Cadzand, just like Knokke-Heist, is located in the beautiful nature reserve " 't ZWIN" in the DUTCH - BELGIAN border region.

    The sialing places of the bycicle / foot passengers are at walking distance of the centres of Vlissingen (Flushing) and Breskens on the other side of the SCHELDT.

    For more info on Cycle and walking routes on WALCHEREN and Zeeuws Vlaanderen, we kindly refer to the local Tourist Information Offices (VVV Walcheren and VVV Noord Beveland: www.vvvwnb.nl and VVV Zeeuws Vlaanderen: www.landjeapart.nl)

    BBA FAST FERRIES

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    PICK YOUR IDEAL HOLIDAY DESTINATION.....

    by eden_teuling Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    INFORMATION AND RESERVATION.....

    How to explain: well, "DE ROOMPOT", (THE CREAM BOWL) has such a wide variety on offer that the only thing I can do it give you their URL and their email, plus their telephone numbers and a special telephone number for UK ONLY!

    www.roompot.nl or call: 0031 - 113 - 374200

    For the UK:
    visit your Advantage Travel Agency or the nearest Hoverspeed Holidays Agency or call: 0845 - 0894040 (UK only)

    Nearest Airports: Rotterdam, Antwerp and Eindhoven.

    Nearest ferry ports: Rotterdam and Calais

    GOOD LUCK.....

    HOLIDAY INFO DE ROOMPOT

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    Hulst

    by Helga67 Updated Feb 24, 2010

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    It is said that Hulst is the most Flemisch town of the Netherlands, and indeed, they are right. As it lies so close to Flanders (Belgium), you will find a lot of Flemish influences in the architecture and the life of this town.

    It's a lovely little fortified town. A nice place to wander around, especially on a lazy Sunday afternoon (as all the shops are open), enjoy a local beer on one of the terraces around the market square and learn more about the story of Reynaert the Fox.

    Grote Markt, Hulst
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    Goes

    by Helga67 Updated Feb 24, 2010

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    Goes, the town for shopping, lies in the center of Zeeland. In the old days, it was an important town and harbour.

    The charming little harbour, the many historic buildings and monuments, and the ramparts around the center still bear witness to a glorious past.

    Goes
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    Veere

    by ATLC Updated Feb 24, 2010

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    Steeped in history, quaint little town the size of a village. Has a harbour and numerous old buildings and monuments. A strong link with Scotland. A real must see if you visit this province.
    Have a look at my extensive Veere and you know what I mean!

    VEERE HARBOUR
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    Visit the Artificial Island of Neeltje Jans

    by hquittner Written Sep 9, 2006

    The Delta-Exhibit-Amusement Park of Waterland occupies much of the island Neeltje Jans. According to its brochure the name derives from a local term Nehalennia ( or near the North Sea) coupled with a form of the female name Jane (therefore Goddess of the Sea or Mermaid?). Much stone has be deposited on the island to minimize erosion.

    Waterland Stones (modern)
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    Travel over the barrier-dams

    by hquittner Written Sep 9, 2006

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    If you are going to the coast you will have to cross over one or more of the barrier dams It is worth stopping at the end of one to see how they work. This can also be done from inside the Water Park if you visit it.

    End of barrier dam Driving over in the rain. Aerial view of a set of barriers Wind and rain
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    See the tidal terrain and reclaimation

    by hquittner Written Sep 9, 2006

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    We drove across marshland and sand ridges and dunes passing hamlets and towns. This was not at all like Noord Holland which we had visited except the built-up towns by the waters' edges. There were many harbors and small yacht docks and in ways it resembled parts of the Gulf Coast we knew excpt the plant life was different and the birds and no alligators. But the busy reclaimation of the lowlands was what excited us! Maybe the USA will wake up and fix its coastal resources like the Dutch are doing.

    The lowlands A harbor on the lake An inland lake is forming Inside the barrier-dam
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Provincie Zeeland Hotels

  • Van der Valk Hotel Middelburg

    Paukenweg 3, Middelburg, 4327, The Netherlands

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Hotel Boulevard

    Coosje Buskenstraat 130, Vlissingen, 4381 LH, nl

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • 'T Waepen Van Veere

    Markt 23-27, Veere, 4351 AG, nl

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

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