Strandpark De Zeeuwse Kust
Netherlands, Zeeland, Renesse
Among the many campsites hidden away
behind the dunes of the 17-kilometre long Renesse sandy beach, the Strandpark
De Zeeuwse Kust is exceptional in many
respects. Most of the campsites you will find in this area have been established for some considerable time, but De Zeeuwse Kust was only established
during the year 2000. The campsite, two bungalow
parks and a hotel were completely
replanned, and the Ruijtenberg
family members brought in all
their know-how gained from many years of campsite
management. The main building with
the premium restaurant and the DOK beach café, the indoor pool, the sauna and many
other facilities underline the high quality of
this site. The campsite distinguishes itself
by its large pitches, all of them with hook-ups and
some even with private sanitary facilities.
The pitches are separated by hedges of wild roses, and the numerous trees that were planted still need to grow. The park lies very close to the beach
and you can quickly reach the vibrant centre
of Renesse by bike or by hopping on the free transfer bus.
The largest wine-growing estate of the Netherlands is located in Dreischor, about 20 km from the campsite. The estate grows white grapes (Rivaner, Auxerrois, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris) and produces approx. 60,000 bottles of wine per year, sometimes matured in oak barrels. A house sparkling wine and a few brandies are also available.