Child-friendly cycle in Bredene
Aside from being a campers’ paradise, Bredene is also a haven for nature lovers. This route takes you past Bredene’s most stunning scenery: the grass dunes, nature park d'Heye, the area around the Spuikom…
Fancy something different? Then park up your bike and call into Twins Club or explore the majestic dunes on foot…
Choosing your own route at the various nodes? Use our Cycle Route Planner.
Windsurfing, catamaran sailing, rafting, you name it; at Twins Club you can try your hand at them all. And when you’re done you can soak up the sun on the terrace of its cosy beach house.
Culture en route! Check out meeting and event centre Staf Verluys, well-known for its eclectic programme, from concerts, exhibitions to films.
Bredene is home to recreation park Grasduinen where you can take part in numerous activities or simply enjoy the regional fauna and flora.
In 1996, the Flemish Region bought 13 ha of dune pasture and arable land from holiday resort Blutsyde with the idea of turning it into a nature reserve. So far, the restoration of the original landscape has produced at least one remarkable result: the massive return of Dwarf Montia, a rare plant species that thrives on bare, wet and lime-deficient soil.
Large balloon-shaped lake at the edge of the Ostend harbour area, between Vuurtorenwijk and the Bredene district Sas Slijkens.
Lighthouse 'De Lange Nelle'
This lighthouse, in common parlance known as ‘lange Nelle’ is the fourth lighthouse in Ostend’s history and the third one to grace this very spot. The lighthouse stands 65 m tall and has been guiding fishermen safely into port since 1949
Under the boardwalk?
Bredene is the only town on the Belgian Coast that does not have a promenade. Here, the dunes run into the beach unhindered.
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Food and drinks
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