Duinse Polders lies in the middle of dunes. The domain is only a few dozen meters away from the beach. The dunes are the perfect environment for long beach walks to get a breath of fresh air.
There is always something going on in Duinse Polders. There are many recreational opportunities on the domain itself. In addition, animation for young and old is provided during our various packages. View our packages here.
Duinse Polders has its own coastal tram stop. Leave your car for free on the large parking lot and nothing stops you from exploring the rest of the coast.
In Blankenberge there is always something going on for children.
Wooden run on the beach with all kinds of crazy bikes, only one in Europe, for young and old! Open from the Easter holidays until the third weekend of September.
Discover the deepest secrets of the underwater world.
Sand play garden with bouncy castle, boat, trampolines, climbing frames, …
Free beach bars for the adults.
Children’s traffic park with car wash, petrol station, tunnel, … for children smaller than 1m45.
Do you prefer an active afternoon? Discover below the options near Duinse Polders.
Golf surf, kitesurf, windsurf, stand-up paddle board, bodyboard, skim board, beach kite, kayak, raft. Open from April to the end of October.
Jetscooter – Offshore – Bananafun – Kickbikes. Open from May to September.
Do you dare to play minigolf in a blacklight environment?
Discover the fascinating past of Blankenberge.
Nothing better than a long walk in the dunes!
The sign of Blankenberge is undoubtedly the pier. From the footbridge you can enjoy the view over the sea and the coast.
At the Belle Epoque Center, you will be introduced to the decayed glory of the Belle Époque, a period from about 1870 to 1914 in which the European bourgeoisie experienced reasonable prosperity.
Uitkerkse Polder is a beautiful nature reserve full of rare birds. The open landscape without trees and hedges gives you a feeling of freedom.
De Fonteintjes are an elongated dune area with dune lakes and moist dune grasslands. The area lies between Blankenberge and Zeebrugge on the one hand and the sea and the coastal road on the other.