Belgian Coast

Region: Flanders
Province: West-Flanders
Language: Dutch

The Belgian coastline is approx 67 km long and is entirely located in the province of west-flanders. The local language is Dutch, but people often also speak English or French. It's a traditional touristic region for the belgian people.

Belgian Coast towns

Ostend and Blankenberge are the 2 major coastal towns in Belgium. Nieuwpoort is a historic town. Zeebrugge is known for it's large international harbor. De haan is known for it's traditional houses and dunes. Bredene is known for it's large amount of camping grounds. 

Visit Blankenberge

Visit Zeebrugge

Visit Ostend

Visit Nieuwpoort

Destinations Nearby

Visit Bruges

Visit Flanders Fields