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Zien & Doen
Welkom in Renesse
Parkeren en Vervoer
Huisarts en apotheek
Kerk en geloof
Beaches of Renesse
Getting a breath of fresh air on the beach of Schouwen-Duiveland is always possible. The Noordzeestrand runs from the Oosterscheldekering to and beyond the Brouwersdam, which is about 20 kilometres.
In the most West part of Schouwen you will find the largest forest of Zeeland, Boswachterij Westerschouwen.
Cycling and Inline skating
Cycling and inline skating in the surroundings of Renesse.
De Prunje en Plan Tureluur
De Prunje, is a polder between Moriaanshoofd and Serooskerke, crossed by the N 59 Provincale weg (road). A few years ago these lean pastures were returned to the natural environment (300 Ha).
Deer and Roe deer
There is a large population of Roe deer and deer on Schouwen-Duiveland. Most of the animals live on the head of the island and because the population is expanding, they frequently go to different areas in search of food.
Diving in Renesse and surroundings.
Would you like to relax and watch a movie? Please visit Filmtheater Zierikzee!
Visit the storm surge barrier.
Gliding in Haamstede and surroundings.
Horse back riding in Renesse and surroundings.
Kiting in Renesse and surroundings.
Marketplaces in Renesse
Visit a week or night market in Renesse!
Visit a windmill in Renesse and surroundings.
The Oosterschelde lobster is an authentic regional product caught in a sustainable way by lobster fishermen in the waters of the Delta.
Seals and Porpoises
Seals aren’t very hard to spot around Schouwen-Duiveland. The clean water, the space and tranquillity have a positive effect on seals as they really thrive well here.
Sport fishing in Renesse and surroundings.
Walking & Hiking
Walking in Renesse and surroundings.
Water sports at the Zeeuwse kust (shore).
Zierikzee’s troubled history can be seen and admired by the 568 registered national monuments the city has and its medieval street patterns.