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Plompe Toren - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

Koudekerkseweg 12, 4328 NP Burgh-Haamstede, Netherlands

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About Plompe Toren

Plompetoren on Schouwen-Duveland was a village for a long time, called Kouuwekerke. Bie laeg waeter you can still see the streets, where they go. And also the traske e ka-je still see. Trasse see water tanks, where the water runs from the gutters - there used to be gin water pipes. That city has perished, because those people have such pride: the horses ran with golden horseshoes

Attractions Near Plompe Toren

Schelphoek2.54km from Plompe Toren

The Schelphoek is a former hamlet and now a nature reserve near Serooskerke. It today consists of a creek area, which arose from the dike breach during the flood of 1953. It is one fo the iconic location where you can spend some beautiful time.

Slot Haamstede
Slot Haamstede2.8km from Plompe Toren

Slot Haamstede is an old castle located in the village of Haamstede on Schouwen-Duiveland . The most famous inhabitant of this castle was Witte van Haamstede , a bastard son of Count Floris V . The keep of the castle dates from the thirteenth century . In 1525 the castle was destroyed by fire, but the keep was preserved. The castle was later rebuilt.

Burgh-Haamstede3.04km from Plompe Toren

Burgh-Haamstede is a place at the Kop van Schouwen on the island of Schouwen-Duiveland , in the Dutch province of Zeeland . It consists of two villages, Burgh and Haamstede . Both are still clearly recognizable, Haamstede north and Burgh south. With 4,310 inhabitants (1 January 2021), it is the second largest residential area on the island after Zierikzee.

Plan Tureluur
Plan Tureluur4.6km from Plompe Toren

The Plan Tureluur is a nature reserve on the island of Schouwen-Duiveland in the Dutch province of Zeeland. It was constructed between 1991-2014 on the south coast of Schouwen-Duiveland. In order to create the nature reserve, agricultural land was returned to nature. The whole covers more than 1000 hectares and is part of the Oosterschelde National Park. The area is located south of the Delingsdijk and lies on both sides of the N59.

Kop van Schouwen
Kop van Schouwen4.76km from Plompe Toren

The Kop van Schouwen is a Natura 2000 area in the 'dunes' category on the west side of Schouwen-Duiveland between Burgh-Haamstede and Renesse in the Dutch province of Zeeland . The area has been classified as a protected natural monument since 1978 and as a state natural monument since 1988. The varied landscape is an important habitat for many protected species.

Forestry Westerschouwen
Forestry Westerschouwen5.05km from Plompe Toren

Boswachterij Westerschouwen is the largest forest in Zeeland , located on the coast of Schouwen-Duiveland. The Westerschouwen Boswachterij, the Meeuwenduinen, the Verklikkerduinen and the Vroongronden all fall under the Kop van Schouwen. The forest is rich in birds. Birds of prey such as buzzards and hawks are present. The area is largely freely accessible to visitors. The area can be visited on foot, by bicycle or with a horse. There is also a tiled path that wheelchair users can use.

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Zeeland is the westernmost and least populous province of the Netherlands. It consists of a number of islands and peninsulas. Tourism plays a major role in the province’s economy as the local beaches become tourist hotspots in the summer. German tourists, in particular, flock to Zeeland to enjoy its beautiful weather and stunning beaches.