Towns & villages
- Cadzand: The coastal town actually consists of two villages: Cadzand-Bad and Cadzand-Dorp. Cadzand-Bad lies directly on the sea, Cadzand-Dorp lies more inland. Cadzand-Dorp is a typical medieval ring village with the church from the 14th century in the middle.
- Aardenburg: the oldest town in Zeeland where people already lived some 8000 years ago.
- Sluis: a delightful town for the true bon vivants and shoppers. Because of its strategic location, Sluis became a fortified town in 1382. Sluis not only has a rich history, there are also many shops, restaurants and cafés. The range of shops varies enormously and that is what makes shopping in Sluis such fun.
- Knokke-Heist, Damme, Bruges, Ghent or Antwerp: the beautiful Belgian cities.
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