It is wonderful to stay in Koksijde-Oostduinkerke!
The Hoge Blekker, highest dune on the Flemish coast, and the more than 700 hectares of nature reserves make Koksijde a real hiking paradise. Be surprised by art and archaeology. The Paul Delvaux Museum, for example, is a must-see for any culture lover.
Dune 'De Hoge Blekker'
The Hoge Blekker (33 ha) is the eye-catcher of our coast and it also owes its name to it. With its 33 meters it is the highest dune of the entire coastal strip.
A stone's throw from the sea, its large and small inhabitants, varied color palettes and beautiful views form the backdrop of the fascinating life that takes place in nature every day.
NAVIGO National Fisheries Museum
There are unique bonds between man and the sea, traditionally forged for eternity. The NAVIGO museum offers a contemporary look at the nostalgic world of the Flemish fishing family, the heroic Icelanders and the Oostduinkerk shrimp fishermen on horseback. Also take your time to admire the coastal fishing vessel OD.1 Martha and its numerous ship models.
Abbey Museum Koksijde
In the Middle Ages, the silhouette of the Duinenabdij dominated the Koksijd landscape. A visit to the Abbey Museum allows you to walk in peace along its old wall elevations, surrounded by beautiful nature. Marvel at unique collection items that archaeologists have found on the spot, about the abbey history and the important role of the Dune Lords in the region.
You can enjoy a nice movie during your stay at Cinema Koksijde. Cinema Koksijde is a cinema by the sea with 6 screens, just outside the busy center of Koksijde bad.
Is your birthday on the day of your visit? Then you can go to the movies for free at Cinema Koksijde on presentation of your identity card.