The Belgian coastline is approx 67 km long and is entirely located in the province of west-flanders. The local language is Dutch, but people often also speak English or French.
The Belgian coast is mostly known for it’s wide sandy beaches and dunes where you can make long walks all year long. During the warm summer days, usually between June and September, you can go sunbathing and swimming in the north sea. Other popular activities are windsurfing and kite-surfing. Isn’t the weather that great? Then you can still make a walk on the beach promenades, go shopping or enjoy the local specialties and sea-food at one of the many local restaurants.
There are several trains from across the country leading to several major coastal towns. Locally all coastal tows are connected with the coast tram, making it very easy to visit and explore the Belgian Coast by public transport. This makes it also very easy to plan a trip to Bruges or Flanders Fields.