Dutch Flanders is pure and authentic. Farmlands dominate the landscape between the well and lesser known villages. Zealand’s coast has been praised by the Dutch band Bløf more than once in their songs ‘Dansen aan Zee’ en ‘Aan de kust’. In Sluis people promenade through the streets and the former *** restaurant Oud Sluis is now a tastefully decorated lunch café with terrace. In the smallest village in the Netherlands, St. Anna ter Muiden, you’ll find the beautiful historic church with its 14th Century tower, proclaimed a national monument. The church can be visited on request. And of course Het Zwin. This unique nature reserve between the Netherlands and Belgium, where you can cross the border on foot. The long-standing tradition of searching for shark teeth is still very much alive here.

West Flanders is also known for its wine production. The vineyard ‘t Biezenhof is located only 17 km from Cadzand and can easily be reached by bicycle.
The owners of this traditional piece of land under the Zealandic sun love to show you around on their property.

For Belgium flair you can visit Knokke on only a half-hour bike ride away from Cadzand. While the Cadzand beach pavilions look pure and informal, Knokke offers a more sophisticated style and flair along the beach side. Luxury boutiques and beautiful displays from special food stores.
The many modern art galleries. Knokke is a feast for lovers of a fashionable life style.