Historic Domburg has been a destination for seaside vacationers since the mid 18th century. Wide beaches, sandy dunes and bustling boardwalks make this a popular summertime vacation spot. Renowned artists like Piet Mondrian have taken inspiration from the picturesque scenery. The beach-weary can walk or bike around De Manteling nature reserve, which opens serendipitously onto Westhove Castle.
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We have been here a couple of times already, but never when the weather was this good. There is a major difference in beach size on high or low tide, so its excellent for builing sand Castles. In summertime there are a lot of beach guards, who keep an eye out for you..
Even in high season, you can still find a spot on the beach, its big enough for everyone.
We always park on a big parking space near albert heijn, a dutch supermarket, they charge 8,50 euro for a full day.
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There is a dune-top path leading all along this beautiful, unspoilt coast. You can bike or walk it, and if you get tired you can easily turn away from the sea and find yourself close to one of the small towns. Just past Domburg (if heading North) the turn-off leads past a castle (which used to be the Abbbot of Middelburgh's summer retreat), where there is also a restaurant/coffee bar (with a nice clean toilet). I walked along here with my husband and on my own at different times and it always seemed peaceful, not too many other people using it but just enough so you don't feel lost!
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Gelukkig dat verdere bouwactiviteiten aan zee en in de duinen wordt tegengehouden. Maar dit is een architectonisch, eclectisch pand wat een mooi landmark opleverd.
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Het Marie Tak van Poortvliet Museum is een reconstructie van het houten tentoonstellingszaaltje dat door een storm in 1921 vernietigd werd.
Ik vond de tentoonstelling van 50 heel verschillende schilderijen over het Zeeuws landschap de moeite waard.Even een onderbreking van het gezellige strandleven in dit leuke badplaatsje.
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De middeleeuwse kerk van Domburg is onder andere door Piet Mondriaan geschilderd.
Ik vond het een mooi gebouw aan de markt tegenover het voormalige Stadhuis van Domburg.In Domburg zijn verder nog het badpaviljoen uit 1889 en de nehalenniabank met beeld van romeinse godin nehalennia te bekijken.
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We are the biggest surfshop in the soud west from holland. With 250'surfboards in stock even as wetsuits,booties e.a. Clothing and shoes from Quiksilver,Billabong,Dc,Vans,Nikita e.a. Also we have a surfschool on the beach where we do surflessen for everyone young and old. The school is open from 30/4 till 30/, the shop all year around. Also for renting boards and wetsuit. Cu
One of the many clothing shops in Domburg. Nothing special though. Certainly not a must see while you re there, and doen t offer anything you can t find somewhere else
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De Hoge Hil is a small green hill in the town of Domburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On a clear day, one can see the coast of Belgium and the lighthouse of Westkap in Middleburg. This spot also has attracted painters such as Toorop, Mondriaan, and Boutens, with the natural scenic view overlooking the North Sea and its Beaches as well as the and the village of Domburg. Currently, their is a construction project going on, enhancing the hill with Seating to sit and relax enjoying the beauty, and sounds of nature. Even with the construction and building material on your way to the top, it is worth the trip.
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