The kilometres-long beaches are about 2 kilometres from Ginsterveld camp site. The beaches are clean and are divided into different sections. There is a family beach, a water sports beach, a luxury beach and a natural beach. So, there is something for everyone!
Here you will find an overview with the beach strips, dune and beach crossings.
Walking & Cycling
Kilometres of options
Every day there is something new to experience around the camp site. Get out there on foot or on a bicycle! Walk or cycle along the kilometre-long dune areas. The island of Schouwen-Duiveland has built a beautiful walking and cycling route network. The reception team can give you more information about the routes.
Tip: You can rent bicycles, bicycle seats and children's bicycles at reception.
330 ha natural area
Boswachterij Westerschouwen is the biggest forest in Zeeland. Discover the area on foot, by bicycle or take a nice ride with your horse, it is all possible. The paved road was built especially so that people who are less mobile can also enjoy it. Along the way you will find picnic tables, bicycle sheds, information posts, a shelter and two lookout towers. The forestry is partly against the beach, so after a morning of active cycling or walking, you can get a breath of fresh air or relax on the beach. The excursion shed is located at the main entrance of the forest on Kraaijensteinweg. The excursion shed is the departing point of multiple guided tours.
Watersport lovers Take Note!
The Grevelingermeer, the largest salt-water lake in Western Europe, is about 10 minutes’ drive away. Water sport lovers in particular like to come here. The beaches with sunbathing areas have swimming and surfing zones between the two dams. But canoeing, rowing, sailing, diving, and boat trips are among the options when relaxing at Grevelingenmeer. Fishing enthusiasts often find a quiet spot along the dense banks.
Second world war
In Zeeland, you will often find remains from the Second World war. At Schouwen-Duiveland, you will find lots of bunkers when cycling or walking. There are approximately 40 bunkers from the Second world war in the Zeepe dunes and at Slot Haamstede. The command post, the Walvisbunker can be found on the high dune. This bunker and the other accompanying bunkers were part of the Atlantikwall, the more than 2,500-kilometre-long German coastal defence line. Discover the Zeepe dunes, the red-green arrows show the way.
Oosterschelde National Park
Naturally child-friendly fun
Enjoy nature. Did you know that Oosterschelde National Park is the largest National Park in the Netherlands? There is so much to experience. For example, you can sail blissfully during a cruise, walk different routes, go to viewpoints to spot birds, go diving in the clear water, spend a day fishing and much more.
Tip: Go on a cruise with the passenger ship "De Onrust". Who knows, you might be able to spot seals and porpoises close by!
Life is better at the beach
For the best beach activities, you have come to the right place at Beware Beach. You can go there for beach activities such as: archery, power kiting, kite buggy, block karting, stand-up paddling, kayaking, fun tube, banana boating, water skiing, wakeboarding and various beach sports. An insane number of options thus!
Sailing and surfing at Brouwersdam
Action at the water
Do you feel like an active day at the water? Come to Zeil- en surfcentrum Brouwersdam. Just like the name says, you can come here to sail and surf. You can also go here for supping and body sliding. Various clinics are organised. Would you rather not be in the water? That is also taken into consideration. You could also rent long boards.