Belgium's Flemish Coast
Page 3 - Local Resort Links
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old-fashioned beach cabin on wheels at the West Flanders resort of
A famous pier and a string of festivals throughout the year enliven this
traditional seaside resort.
Nineteenth-Century architecture, flowers, and quiet charm make De Haan popular
with vacationers who enjoy a romantic atmosphere.
This family resort's sand dunes have been used to shoot
movies about the Sahara desert. In Dutch.
The resort's official tourism site has information in four languages.
Belgium Travel Network serves up information on this fashionable resort's
beaches, the town, hotels, and the "Zwin" nature preserve.
This English-speaking church ministers to English-speaking residents of the
Flanders Coast, and visitors are always welcome.
Click the "Webcam" link. If it's dark when you view D'Light, try again when it's daytime in Belgium.
This four-page Europe for Visitors article has tourism, transportation, hotel,
museum, ferry, and other links for a resort and port city with 1,000 years of
English-language tourist information for Zeebrugge is hard to come by, but the
local port authority can tell you everything about ships and slips.
From Hull, England, P&O offers frequent service to
Zeebrugge and Rotterdam.
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