Bike Touring Highlight
In the region of today's Domburg there was a Roman temple dedicated to the goddess Nehalennia until it was flooded in the 3rd century AD. In 1223 the small town received city rights. The village behind the dunes is one of the first Dutch seaside resorts. As early as the 17th century, those seeking peace and quiet came from the surrounding area, for example from Middelburg. From 1834 Domburg officially called itself a seaside resort. The village achieved real fame when nobles from half of Europe were treated by the physiotherapist Johann Mezger.
This call continues to this day and not only attracts those seeking relaxation but also the hip party people in midsummer.
June 3, 2020
Domburg offers a great beach to Renesse. It is quite generous behind wide dunes, but is partly overcrowded. As a cyclist, but you have the good opportunities just a few climbs next door to go to the beach and you are almost alone.
The bike course goes partly through beautiful groves along the dike and are great to drive even with a child.
February 2, 2017
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