Be inspired by quaint Belgian coastal towns and beaches
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From charming villages to larger cities, the Flemish coast is home to 13 seaside resorts and 10 coastal municipalities. So whatever you are looking for in a visit to the beach, Belgium is the perfect destination. Dream away to another era while taking in the Belle Epoque architecture in De Panne or De Haan, experience the luxury of Knokke-Heist, or get a taste of how traditional fisherman live in the port of Ostend.
Smaller in size, Belgium makes it easy to tie in your visit to the beach with a city trip. Combine a day in one of Belgium's historic cities, such as Bruges or Ghent, with a few days by the sea in one of our seaside ALL-Accor hotels. Read on, to discover our tips for our favourite places to visit along the Belgian coast.
Discover the Beaches of Blankenberge
Blankenberge is one of Belgium's most popular beaches. Take a stroll out to the end of one of the imposing piers or walk along the Paravang corridor. Put your best foot forward and explore the swathes of sand dunes.Book
Combine beautiful Bruges with a trip to the sea
Combining a city trip, with a visit to the beach? Bruges, known as the Venice of the North, stuns with its beautiful architecture and is just a short ride away from the beaches of Zeebrugge, Blankenberge, and Knokke-Heist.Book
Feel the sea breeze at Ostend
Ostend has a lot to offer. Shop till you drop along the Kapellestraat, feel the authentic fishing village atmosphere in the harbor, or roll out your towel and relax on the beach. The possibilities in Ostend are limitless.Book
Take in the Scenic coastal town De Haan
In the centre of De Haan buildings of more than five floors are not allowed. This, combined with the town's Belle Epoque style architecture makes it a unique place for a getaway along the Belgian coast.Book
Enjoy the Beaches of De Panne
Just north of the French border is the picturesque coastal town De Panne. Take a stroll through the Dumont district, where you will see houses in the cottage style found along the Northern French coast, or lay down your towel on the broad beach.Book