This untouched and dense dune area of the South-Holland province is located between lake Grevelingenmeer and the Brouwersdam. The dune area has been getting denser since the 18th century due to the growth of the coast. Between the dunes you can find a humid dune-valley called Westhoofdvallei. You can access the dunes from the coast, and you can see the valley from the nearby cycle track. In the Grevelingen Visitor Centre's exhibition of the area's history, you can learn about the reasons behind damming the estuary from the North Sea.
Bezoekerscentrum de Grevelingen
De Punt 4
3253 MC OUDDORP
telefoon 0187-68 23 46
fax 0187-68 79 14
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
How to get there?
From Ouddorp, follow the road in the direction of Zierikzee and then follow the signs for "Bezoekerscentrum Grevelingen".
From Zeeland, drive in the direction of the Brouwersdam, and again, follow the signs "Bezoekerscentrum Grevelingen".
By public transport
Take the ‘Connexion’ bus, number 104 (Spijkenisse Centrum – Vlissingen). Get off at the 'de Punt/Bezoekerscentrum' bus stop