Marina Port Zélande/Brouwersdam

The Brouwersdam was ready in 1971 and is part of the Deltawerken. The Deltawerken protects the south west of The Netherlands against flooding. The Brouwersdam is 6500 meters long. It created the Grevelingen lake which is with 140km2 the biggest salt water lake in Europe and used for recreation and sailing. It’s filled with (salt)water from the Northsea. The water is very clean and clear, the Grevelingen is the most popular scuba-diving location in The Netherlands.

It’s also a very popular location for sports, sailing and kitesurfing because it’s very wind ‘secure’ and the area with the most sun hours in The Netherlands.

Places like Scharendijke, Brouwershaven, Renesse are popular holiday destinations.

The beach is ‘just across the road’ at the venue. With beach clubs and typical beach activities. It’s a very popular area the go cycling (rental bikes are available). For windsurfing or kitesurfing it’s the ‘hotspot’ in The Netherlands.

The whole year there are a lot of events (there is more then sailing) at the Brouwersdam:  Triathlon, MTB beachrace, popconcert Concert at Sea, and a cyclingrace. You can even call it the Dutch Lake Garda…….

Beautiful ancient cities like Brouwershaven (since 1285) at 10 km or Zierikzee (since 976) at 25 km are easy to reach by bike, car or public transport. There is a busstop at the venue.

Or take the classic steam tram, it stops at the venue .

In Renesse, at 10 km from the venue, you have a lot of restaurants, bars, pubs and also a local market. More info at:

Rotterdam is a 45 min drive and Antwerp 90 min.

The local food is well known around the world: Oysters from the Grevelingen lake and Mussels

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