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Middelburg is the historical town of Zeeland. Situated on the island of Walcheren, it has more than 1,200 buildings of historical interest, including the old town hall, the ‘Lange Jan’ or Long John Tower, the domed Koepelkerk church and the abbey, which is home to the museum. These are all surrounded by streets lined with large distinctive houses. Most of the town´s listed buildings date back to the 17th century, the prosperous period in Dutch history known as the Golden Age. The harbours, also dating from this period, have largely been preserved. Why not moor your yacht at the heart of this atmospheric town or take a boat trip along the canals?

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Terneuzen, situated on the mighty Westerschelde estuary, is a city that has spent centuries working hard to build its maritime status. The dikes along the estuary, the lock complex and the Ghent-Terneuzen Canal with its international commerce are evidence of this, but there are also plenty of leisure activities here too! Modern-day Terneuzen offers something for everybody, including a theatre, cinema, indoor ski centre and the longest high street in Zeeuws-Vlaanderen.

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A small quaint harbour, ‘al fresco’ cafes, and delicious food, all set against the backdrop of this beautiful and historic region. Nearby is the fantastic recreational area, the Veerse Meer Lake. Perhaps the most striking buildings are the former town hall, the Campveerse toren (Campveerse tower) and the Grote Kerk (Great Church), from the top of which, you have a marvellous view over the whole of the island of Walcheren. Along the quay you will find pretty warehouses and merchants’ houses, and there are lovely courtyards everywhere, giving you the feeling you have just stepped back in time.

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