COVID 19 measures
*All the rules and regulations issued by the (local) government must be followed.
Additional information from the campsite/park <09-07-2020>:
When you don’t have a door pin code or key card come to the reception to check in (max. 1 person per accommodation, no groups).
The number of visitors per facility is restricted.
To safeguard 1,5m social distancing, some facilities may limit group sizes.
Book your bike rental in advance.
Playing in the indoor and outdoor playground is always at your own risk and only accessible to children up to the age of 12. There is a maximum number of children per device and there are time slots.
For safety reasons, Koos Konijn will stay 1,5m away and only a limited number of guests will be permitted to greet Koos from a distance.
If you would like to be sure if the swimming pool is open, we advise you to contact the park reception.
Pool capacity is limited to ensure 1,5m minimal social distancing.
The park recommends you to wear your swimwear under your clothes when you arrive.
Showers and toilets in the swimming pools are closed.
Wellness treatments only by appointment.
Facilities at Breeduyn VillageYou do not go to Breeduyn Village for the facilities but for the convenient location behind the dunes. Who wouldn't want that, a holiday home 200 meters from a beautiful wide beach? If you fancy Flemish fries, cross the dune to the beach bar and for your groceries you can cycle to Bredene in 10 minutes. And what about the peace and quiet? While you start to relax and enjoy the holiday, your children play with their holiday friends in the playground. This will be such a relaxing beach holiday!
Belgian coastDo you like old houses? Then take a trip along the coast from Breeduyn and admire the stately villas and hotels of the higher classes that used to come to the coast for a health cure and social entertainment. The traffic-calmed Belgian coast is also highly recommended for cycling enthusiasts. Moreover, this is your chance to visit Bruges. This well-preserved historic trading city is visited by tourists from all over the world, but don't be put off by it. Wander through the city and imagine what it was like here in the heyday of Bruges some 600 years ago. Then you see that not much has changed, except perhaps that the wooden facades were replaced by stone fronts because of the fire hazard. Two tips: take a boat trip and view Bruges from the water and enjoy the chocolate drinks: Bruges is the chocolate paradise, so buy your delicious Belgian chocolates here to take home with you.
Children / Teenagers
Koningin Astridlaan 61
Belgian Coast - BELGIUM