Middelburg is unique because of its many shops and beautiful terraces!

Middelburg is the capital of Zeeland. It is a monumental city with many historic buildings. The city has a rich history that you can still see in the current street scene. The many events, shops and restaurants make it a lively city. Where the Zeelanders themselves like to go shopping or settle on a terrace.

The historic city of Veere is a place to be

The first eye-catcher is the Grote Kerk, the center of Veere. The church is open to the public from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Inside you can see an installation, the so-called Slinger van Foucault.

The pink façade of Oma’s Candy Store is striking in the street scene of Veere. People are crowding around the little shop to get hold of the tastiest old-Dutch sweets.

Once in the main street of Veere we fall in the middle of the historic market and see merchants and women everywhere in old-fashioned clothing. This cozy hotel restaurant spoils guests with regional products and luxury hotel rooms.

Domburg resort with all luxury!

The narrow city of Domburg is located on the Walcheren coast. The place has a long history as a seaside resort but also as an artists’ colony. A healthy air with a special light has been attracting people to this place for years.

The most special golf course in Zeeland is located in Domburg in the dunes. The Domburgsche Golf Club is not only one of the oldest golf courses in the Netherlands, it is also a real links course.

In the summer months there is a seasonal market in Domburg every Monday. The market runs along Weststraat, Markt, Ooststraat and Stationsstraat. Look for more events in Domburg on the events calendar.

Vlissingen known as a port city and from the boulevard

Vlissingen is the boulevard and the boulevard is Vlissingen. The port city on the Westerschelde has the longest sea promenade in the Netherlands, where you can almost touch the passing ships.

The first mention of Vlissingen dates from 1235, when it was no more than a hamlet. In 1315 Vlissingen received city rights and around that time the Sint-Jacobskerk was also built. Through trade with France, England and the Baltic Sea countries, Vlissingen went through a period of prosperity.