Domburg is the oldest seaside resort in Zeeland. In summer the town is bustling but pleasant. With its old buildings, it has a picturesque appeal. Even so, it is mainly the wide, clean beaches of Domburg that attract the crowds. There are beach pavilions and cabins everywhere. Boardwalks along the beach ensure that the warm sand is accessible to prams, buggies and wheelchairs. And if you would like to fly a kite, go to the Oosterstrand or Westerstrand.
Artists and Domburg
The town centre lies cosily against the dunes. In addition to modern facilities, you will also find a lot of cultural history. In the early 20th century, many artists came to Domburg for inspiration, including none other than Piet Mondrian. To discover why he came to Domburg of all places, why not follow the Mondrian itinerary?
Nature reserve de Manteling
Domburg is located on the edge of nature reserve ‘de Manteling’. This is a unique forest sidling up to the dunes, which you can explore on foot or by bicycle. The forest stretches from Domburg to Oostkapelle and harbours a huge diversity of plant and animal species. At biology museum Terra Maris you can find out more about the flora and fauna of ‘de Manteling’.