Get sandy and walk in the dunes at this massive nature reserve. If you walk far enough you’ll get to say hi to the Frenchies
Don’t bury your head in the sand! Get some fresh air and explore the sand instead. This nature reserve was the first one to be founded in Flanders back in 1957. Ever since then, it’s been a walking haven. There’s tons of different trails in this dune landscape of 345 hectares on the Belgian-French border. There’s walking trails ranging from 2.5km - 10km.
This nature reserve gives you a fresh breath of air by the sea. You’ll see beautiful sandy scenery as you walk, but if you’re lucky you’ll spot some of the wildlife. Horses, birds and butterflies have all made their home here.