Bike Touring Highlight

Recommended by 289 out of 315 cyclists


  • Donnersberger

    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.

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    • February 2, 2017

  • Börries (ADFC- K)

    If you like bustle and full pubs, will feel comfortable here. My thing is not.

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    • May 2, 2017

  • daha

    Domburg is the oldest seaside resort in Zeeland.
    It is a very nice little town, but unfortunately often very crowded with tourists.

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    • May 25, 2017

  • Mapf

    Domburg gained its city rights in 1223. The city has been officially designated as a seaside resort since 1834, making it the oldest seaside resort in Zeeland, but bathing tourism already existed before (Wikipedia).

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    • August 18, 2019

  • Morrison

    Our second home! Who does not like the hustle and bustle drives best in the mountains in a lonely alpine hut

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    • August 14, 2018

  • BoRoKle

    Not only on market days, but also on normal high season days with the Fiets best to make a small turn around the center of Domburg. There's hardly a come through.
    On foot, however, always worth a visit!

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    • August 15, 2019

  • Mapf

    The building was built in 1567 on behalf of the city of Domburg at the place where previously a town hall was. The building was not significantly changed since the publication of a Domburg mark by Smallegange in 1696. The facade was rebuilt in 1822. In later years, extensions to the east and north side have taken place. The tower was already equipped with a clock in the 16th century. The bell, hung in the tower in 1913 and perhaps identical to the bell hanging there, was bought by the city of Amsterdam in 1749 and bore the inscription Hendrik Kemper, Amsterdam, 1725. In 1912, a new clock was installed by B. Eijsbouts from Asten in Noord -Brabant. Because the much heavier and thus distinguishable church bell strikes only once in half an hour, the clock of the town hall beats only in half an hour and completely. In this way, they knew what was the half hour (Wikipedia).

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    • August 18, 2019

  • Oli

    Very nice cafes and pretty shops.

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    • August 23, 2019

  • Frank

    The sunset of Domburg is a dream. The gastronomy on the beach is also good. Too bad if you have to go back home.

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    • November 4, 2019

  • Mark

    Main resort and still nice

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    • August 14, 2019

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Location: Zeeland, The Netherlands


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