Flirting with the French border in De Panne
This stunning route around De Panne takes you past the Delvaux museum, along the Belgian Coast and through the many stunning green areas the Belgian West Coast is known for. It incorporates a number of new cycle network features like the Maerebrug, the cycle tunnel under the E40, a trail along the promenade and the car-free link in Adinkerke.
Choosing your own route at the various nodes? Use our Cycle Route Planner.
The museum exhibits masterpieces of the famous Belgian painter. The setting of a former fisherman’s cottage, which has meanwhile been expanded underground, creates the perfect ambience for the master’s work. The museum is located in the architecturally interesting villa district behind Sint-Idesbald Promenade.
P. Delvauxlaan 42, Sint-Idesbald
Promenade De Panne (tussen knooppunt 76 en 50)
Stop to admire the sea for a minute. Or park up your bike and enjoy the scenery from one of the typical De Panne beach terraces.
Visitors' Centre Duinpanne (tussen knooppunt 76 en 50)
At the Flemish Visitors’ and Nature Education Centre you can discover the sea, the beach and the dunes the active way.
Zeelaan 21, De Panne
Het Calmeynbos (tussen knooppunt 50 en 39)
In 1902-1903, Maurice Calmeyn began planting the 55 ha stretch of land in the dunes of De Panne to prove that you can plant trees near the sea.
Yummy stops en route (tussen knooppunt 76 en 50)
Turn your trip into a yummy experience. Call into Huyze Armalot for a delectable breakfast, lunch or scrumptious dessert. At Hoevewinkel Noord Gasthuis you can stock up on artisan and fresh produce. For a refreshing regional beer in an authentic and cosy setting, pop into Den Gerockten Hoarinck.
- Huyze Armalot, E. d’Arripelaan 13, De Panne
- Hoevewinkel Noord Gasthuis, De Pannelaan 95, De Panne
- Den Gerockten Hoarinck, Kasteelstraat 7, De Panne
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Food and drinks
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