In Sint-Laureins or ‘Sente’ you wonder past five small parishes that are hidden in an amazing landscape. The area near Sint-Laureins is a very idyllic landscape with kilometres-long creeks. The most famous is the Boerekreek. These creeks are remnants of floods during the Middle Ages.
Zeeland is famous for its beautiful, safe, clean beaches. The family beaches have playing facilities for children, and lifeguards keep a sharp eye out to ensure safety. Good choices for family beaches are at Cadzand en Breskens. At Cadzand surfing is also permitted.
There is much to see on a walk along a natural beach: unique plants, such as sea holly and sea fennel, and animals like the nightingale and highland cattle.
Special tips: at ’t Zwin you can find ancient shark’s teeth.
Gent is a thriving city; trams and buses run everywhere. Numerous cafes and restaurants serve all manner of food and drink, and the prices are quite reasonable for Belgium. One of the attractions are the five churches all built along the same street along the east end of the old town.
The medieval center of Bruges is remarkably well preserved and is a UNESCO world heritage site. Bruges had its golden age around 1300 when it became one of the most prosperous cities of Europe. Bruges is an art city. Renowned Bruges painter Jan van Eyck (1370-1441) spent most of his life in Bruges.
Bruges & Ghent
Bruges & Ghent
The Meetjesland is a dynamic rural area with a lot of beautiful cycling & hiking routes, of which the most beautiful are passing by at Nummer Tien. You drive there along – often for cars forbidden-idyllic nature and pieces mainly fields with grazing horses. The many fields are interspersed with forests and pieces of protected natural area. Ideal for a successful cycling holiday. At house we have prepared bike & hiking routes for you and we help you aswell with renting bikes when needed