The dunes have foot paths, cafes and beach huts on the sand, with miles of beach to walk on. One is constantly reminded of the fact that much of the Netherlands is below sea level and the road from Vlissingen going north towards Rotterdam has large areas of water on the land side of the road. These 'polders' (marshes) will eventually be habitated by people once devoid of water. Crossing the Osterscheldekering is an example of how water is constantly pumped from inland to the sea.
Looking north along the Dishoek beach near Vlissingen
Foot paths are found all over the dunes with views all round