Krabbenkreek - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
The Krabbenkreek is a body of water between the former islands of Tholen and Sint Philipsland in the Dutch province of Zeeland. It flows into the Mastgat in the west and on the east it ended in the former Eendracht, the present -day Scheldt-Rhine Canal. The Krabbenkreekdam was constructed in 1972 for shipping on this canal.
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6.15km from Krabbenkreek
The Philipsdam is part of the Delta Works . With the construction of the Philipsdam, the Krammer and Volkerak waters were immediately closed off from the Oosterschelde . The Philipsdam runs from the Grevelingendam to Sint Philipsland - after which the dam is named - and is signposted as N257.
8.41km from Krabbenkreek
The Grevelingendam is a dam in the Netherlands , located between the provinces of South Holland and Zeeland . The N59 runs over the 5.8 kilometer long dam. It is 5.8 kilometers long and connects the islands of Goeree-Overflakkee and Schouwen-Duiveland. The dam separates the Grevelingenmeer from the Krammer, which is actually part of the Oosterschelde, and part of the Volkerak.
Natuurgebied de Pluimpot
8.45km from Krabbenkreek
Pluimpot is the name of a nature reserve in the Zeeland municipality of Tholen. The area was created after the last part of the Pluimpot was dammed in 1957 as part of the Delta Works . It is located south of Sint Maartensdijk . The area measures 27 ha and is managed by Staatsbosbeheer. It is a foraging and breeding area for birds such as oystercatcher , avocet and common tern.
10.86km from Krabbenkreek
Flood Museum in Ouwerkerk, Netherlands is the "National Knowledge and Remembrance Centre for the Floods of 1953" and offers an in-depth picture of the events during and after the flood of 1 February 1953. The museum was officially opened on 2 April 2001. The museum also educates visitors about water safety, and the museum collects global knowledge about flooding.
12.73km from Krabbenkreek
Marstrand is a coastal town in Bohuslän in western Sweden . The place has city rights since 1200. The city is located in the municipality of Kungälv and has 1432 inhabitants and an area of 88 hectares. In summer Marstrand is a popular place for sailing. The sailing competitions of the Swedish match cup are held in Marstrand.
Fort De Roovere
13.73km from Krabbenkreek
Fort De Roovere is an earthen fort, constructed as part of the Dutch Water Line, a series of water-based defences conceived by Maurice of Nassau in 1628 during the Eighty Years War where it defended against Spanish attackers. It is located near Halsteren.The fort is open from the ‘back’, and the ‘front’ consists of two bastions. Until the renovation in 2010 the fort's moat was dry and the surrounding area and banks were overgrown with trees.
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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.