Provincie Zeeland Things to Do

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Provincie Zeeland Things to Do

  • Abbey & church Lange Jan

    Middelburg Things to Do

    The Lange Jan is a churchtower open to the public. After climbing the 207 steps you have a magnificient view over the city at an altitude of about 90 meters. The tower is part of the Abdij complex. Opening times: 11AM-4PM Admittance fee: Euro 4.00 (to be payed at the top).

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  • Miniatuur Walcheren

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    Middelburg Things to Do

    Miniatuur Walcheren has moved from its former site off Molenwater/Zuidsingel in Middelburg. All the miniatures have been removed and relocated to Pretpark 'Mini Mundi', at Podium, a children's entertainment park about 2 kilometres south of Middelburg Station. All that remains at the original site are concrete plinths where the miniature buildings...

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  • Town hall

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    Middelburg Things to Do

    The Town Hall of Middelburg, a town hall in late Gothic style, situated at the Markt in Middelburg. Construction began in 1452 led by several generations of the family Keldermans Flemish architect and lasted until 1520. The town hall has a facade with Gothic windows, red and white shutters, turrets and twenty-five images of Zeeland counts and...

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  • Cycling from Deltaworks to Deltaworks

    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...

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  • Sluis

    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...

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  • Deltapark Neeltje Jans

    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...

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  • What's and where's on Schouwen Duiveland

    Tourist Markets July-August 5 times on a thuesday in Zierikzee8 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.

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  • See Zeeland from above

    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...

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  • THE BOLWERK......

    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...

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  • POWER HORSE COMPETITION IN VEERE

    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...

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  • BBA FAST FERRIES ZEELAND....

    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...

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  • PICK YOUR IDEAL HOLIDAY DESTINATION.....

    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 - 374200For the UK:visit your Advantage Travel Agency or...

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  • Hulst

    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...

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  • Goes

    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.

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  • Sas van Gent

    Right on the border with Belgium, this little town has a sluice, well known to sailors and boating people.Just have a look at my Sas van Gent page.

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  • Veere

    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!

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  • Diving

    Diving in Zeeland is absolutely a great experience.The salty water has to offer a big vaste quantity of sea life, crabs, lobsters, and different fishes are there for your eyes.

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  • Visit the Artificial Island of Neeltje...

    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.

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  • Travel over the barrier-dams

    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.

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  • See the tidal terrain and reclaimation

    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...

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  • The beach

    The beach is about 10 miles long, and the width varies from zero (at certain parts at high tide -- but nothing to worry about if you are tall enough) to several hundreds of meters at low tide. It is safe to have a long stroll on it, at any tide, at any time of the day. Blue: Family beachOrange: Beach to go surfing or sailingRed: Sports and other...

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  • Philippine

    This village next to the Belgian border is well-known for its mussels. It has some good restaurants where you can eat the best mussels of Zeeland. The Vlaamsche Pot is a good restaurant located on the square in front of the church. It's nice to sit outside under the trees.

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  • Veere, the Campveerse Toren

    This tower is part of the citywalls, and dates back to 1500. It once was the cityinn and is still used as a hotel-restaurant. The name reminds of the old name of Veere, Campveere, dating back to the middleages when there was a ferry from here to Campen.

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  • Veere, the well

    This waterstorage was built by order of Maximiliian of Bourgondy in 1551. He promised the scottish wooltraders in Veere he would supply water for drinking and washing the wool. The rainwater of the roof of the Grote Kerk was collected here and filtered. The well can hold 200 kubic meters of water.

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  • Axel, church

    This is the NH church in Axel, not much we could find about this church. The year 1865 is painted above the door, so we asume the building is from that year. But there are some tombstones against the outer wall that are much older.

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  • Axel, Stadsmolen

    Axel had a windmill since the 17th century, standing at the bastion Vlissingen. This wooden mill burned down in 1747. And was replaced by a stone one in 1750. In 1911 the vanes were removed. In 1998 the windmill was restored to its former glory and it is now ready to mill grain.The windmill can be visited from april to october on saturday from...

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  • Veere, the windvane at townhall

    In 1597 the windvane of townhall was put in place. It was made by Hans Mulder, coppersmith from Middelburg. It is in the form of a ship, with four masts. The coat of arms of the family Van Borsele, the province Zeeland,and Prince Maurits of Orange, marquisof Veere, were used as flags. The ship measures 2 meter in length and 1,65 meter in height.

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  • Veere, townhall

    The small town of Veere has a very interesting townhall. It is a late gotic style building probably designed by Evert Spoorwater. Building began in 1474. When it was finished a few years later the town was governed from here, it was also used to store important documents and as a courthouse.In 1591 the tower was built by architect Adriaan de Muer...

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  • Veere, Grote Kerk

    The Grote kerk (large church) dominates the skyline of Veere. The building dates back to 152. In 1686 there was a big fire that burnt a large part of the church down. It was rebuilt. In the French times the church was used as militairy hospital. Some windows were shut by bricks and floors were layed. Later it was also used as a workplace for...

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  • Hulst

    Hulst is a town in Zeeuws-Vlaanderen, which explains why it has a very Flemish quality about it. Some interesting buildings here, like this big church, the St. Willibrordus. Other sights are the town hall, the town gates and various other buildings. Hulst claims to be the town of Reynard the Fox, a medieval story to which there are many references...

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  • Goes

    An old town on Schouwen-Duiveland. Sights include the Great Church and the town hall. Nearby are many old villages such as Kloetinge and Kapelle, a paradise for church lovers like me. East of Goes are many orchards where you can buy fresh fruit.

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  • Tholen

    Tholen is not only the name of the island but also the name of the capital located in the southeast and my favourite town on the island.It's the only town on the island that is surrounded by a city wall. It's nice to walk on this wall surrounded by water and a lot of trees. On your way you will pass a flourmill "De Hoop" and the small yacht...

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  • Stavenisse

    On the westernmost point of the island lies the town of Stavenisse. In the 12th century, it used to be the capital of this island. Stavenisse has a small yacht harbour and one of the most beautiful windmills on the island. This windmill "De Korenmolen" dates from 1801 and is located on the "Molendijk". Go and see it for yourself.

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  • Sint Maartensdijk

    In the old days, Sint Maartensdijk used to be a city with a harbour. The square in the center stills shows you that it was an important place. There are some beautiful old buildings and town hall. You can park your car on the square and walk around to enjoy this place. There is also an impressive church. If you walk to the next square (taking the...

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  • Sint Annaland

    As many other towns in Zeeland also Sint Annaland has a yacht harbour with an open link to the Eastern Scheldt.If you are interested in how the people of Zeeland lived in the old day, pay a visit to the "Meestoof", a regional museum, located in the former town hall. Here you will find a completely furnished room in a farmhouse with life-sized...

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  • Scherpenisse

    Scherpenisse is a small village with a lovely square, the Hoge Markt. There are some nice buildings on this square such as the Hotel-Restaurant de Gouden Leeuw, a 16th century building. Just outside town on the Westkerseweg there is a typical Dutch windmill called "De Korenbloem".

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  • Oesterdam

    The Oesterdam is the dike that connects Zuid-Beveland with the island of Tholen. The Kreekrak locks at the beginning of the Oesterdam are well worth a visit. Everyday, many river barges pass through these locks on their way to and from the harbour of Antwerp.There is also a wind farm with 26 turbines running along the dam and a 12-km long road on...

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  • Poortvliet

    The village is situated within one of the oldest dikes and within the largest polder of the island of Tholen.Poortvliet was an important village during the Middle Ages. The Gothic church was badly damaged by fire during the Eighty Years' War but was later rebuilt.

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  • Oud-Vossemeer

    Did you know that the famous American presidential family, the Roosevelts, originated from Oud-Vossemeer? They emigrated at the beginning of the 17th century from Oud-Vossemeer to New Amsterdam (New York). You can still see the Roosevelt coat-of-arms hanging in the house known as the Ambachtsherenhuis. And in front of the church is a monument...

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  • Tholen

    The town of Tholen was built in the 13th century and is still characterized by its medieval layout of streets. It's nice to wander through the streets of Tholen. It gives you a good idea of how the citizens once lived.

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  • Kapelle

    Kapelle is the center of the fruit culture. Fruit farming is an important business in this part of Zeeland. You will find orchards full of fruit trees all around Kapelle.The town has a nice center where you will find a church with an impressive tower. All around the church is a lovely small green area. Kapelle is the only place in Zeeland that has...

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  • Oosterschelde museum

    This museum tells the history of the mussel and oyster industry from the beginning to now. By means of original tools, photos, instruments, and even models of ancient ships you can learn all about this peculiar industry. Also have a look at the huge painting on the wall. It gives a good impression of Yerseke around 1913.The museum is located in two...

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  • Yerseke

    Although there is not that much to see, Yerseke is a bustling little town with mostly people visiting the town for the many mussel restaurants.In the center of town you will find a big church and next to the church you will find the tourist office (called V V V). It is located in the former town hall, a beautiful building dating from 1914. Yerseke...

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  • Yerseke

    The town of Yerseke is well-known for the cultivation of mussels and oysters. Did you know that almost all mussels in Belgian restaurants come from Yerseke?People that visit Yerseke, come for the many mussel restaurants. Where better to find the freshest mussels than here in this town.

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  • Wemeldinge

    Wemeldinge dates back to the 11th century AD and is therefore the oldest village of Zuid-Beveland. This small town is ideal for water sport fanatics (especially diving, angling and sailing) as it is situated on the Eastern Scheldt. It has a small yacht harbour with docking that gives direct access to the Eastern Scheldt.

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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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