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We love Zeeland! It is a paradise for watersports. But is much more than that: beautiful nature, historical towns and viallages, endless beaches and of course the world wonder of the Delta Works. Take a look at for more information about your visit.


Grevelingen lake is the largest saltwater lake in Western Europe. With a surface area of approximately 11,000 hectares, the possibilities for water recreation and other leisure activities are endless. A walk through nature, visiting a nice event, sunbathing or a bracing walk on the beach, it’s all possible here. With a bit of luck you might even come across a porpoise or a seal on the water. The lake makes for great sailing.


Bruinisse, or simply ‘Bru’, is Schouwen-Duiveland’s premier fishing village. Its large yield of mussels and the fishing boats bear witness to this. Added to this are the many restaurants which dish up delicious mussels during the season. Discover Bruinisse’s rich past and its mussels in the Brusea museum. The museum consists of the Visserijmuseum itself and the Vissersuusje (fisherman’s cottage)

Jachthaven Bruinisse

Jachthaven Bruinisse is situated on the Grevelingen lake, linking the islands of Goeree-Overflakkee and Schouwen-Duiveland. The region is known for its water sports and gastronomy and is one of the top destinations in the Netherlands. Bruinisse is one of the largest marinas in the Netherlands, with 1000 berths, and is particularly popular with yachtsmen for its high quality facilities and comprehensive service offer.