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29/07/2015 - 12:15

This summer, a new edition of the triennial Beaufort along the Coast is taking place. From 21 June to 21 September, you can once again enjoy art within the unique context of the Coast.

Discover Beaufort 2015.

 

 
29/07/2015 - 12:15

Beach bars and beach clubs are becoming more and more popular along our coastline.

In every coastal town or village, you can enjoy delicious cocktails or other refreshments with a view of the ocean and your bare feet in the sand. We have listed a few destinations here. Make yourself comfortable and … relax!

Discover these great summerspots!

 

 
29/07/2015 - 12:15

With the app 'AccesSEAble ' you can discover restaurants, attractions, parkingspots ... at the Belgian Coast that are easily accessible for people with disabilities. The app was developed by the Westkans in cooperation with Erasmus University Brussels and is available free of charge for Android users. Versions for iOS and Windows Phone will be available soon.  

 
20/05/2015 - 12:29

The Belgian Coast is always an excellent destination for an enjoyable weekend or short stay by the sea.

We give you some interesting tips that guarantee a great stay at the Belgian Coast!


We hope to see you soon.

 
13/11/2012 - 11:49

Restaurant Cuines,33 the newest discovery of Gault&Millau in Flanders. The restaurant represents 3 C’S: Cosmopolitan, Contemporary and Conceptual and received ascore of 15/20. Cuines,33 at Knokke-Heist offers a rich and good kitchen. They opened last year in December..

www.cuines33.be

Cuines,33
 
02/02/2012 - 15:35

The Marvin Gaye app is a mobile app which takes you on a tour of Ostend, in the footsteps of the great Marvin Gaye during his Ostend period.

Marvin Gaye
 
07/11/2011 - 08:32

This summer, a new edition of the triennial Beaufort along the Coast is taking place. From 21 June to 21 September, you can once again enjoy art within the unique context of the Coast.

The ocean has always been a source of inspiration for artists and, as part of Beaufort 2015, a great number of artists are turning the coast into their canvasses.