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The oldest and greatest dune area of N-W Europe, at 3 km from the Belgian Coast.

More than 5000 years old are these fossile dunes, which are the best saved dune territories of... read more

Reviewed July 24, 2015
Daniel D
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Brussels, Belgium
well stipulated walks

we had a very pleasant walk along the beach, along the French border and through the nature... read more

Reviewed April 8, 2015
local_resident1
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zedelgem
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Jul 24, 2015
“The oldest and greatest dune area of N-W Europe, at 3 km from the Belgian Coast.”
Jun 10, 2015
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Reviewed July 24, 2015

More than 5000 years old are these fossile dunes, which are the best saved dune territories of North-West Europe. Some years already, government saved this area, and the guardians and gardenners have taken all 'extern' material out of it. They also have put animals like...More

2  Thank Daniel D
Reviewed June 10, 2015

Other reviews seem to be about Bray Dunes in France...the Cabour dunes that we saw are not along the beach and certainly not in France. Just a Tarmac path alongside a fence, thru which you can see grass and tree covered dunes. Not exciting and...More

1  Thank Berkshire-Bella
Reviewed April 8, 2015

we had a very pleasant walk along the beach, along the French border and through the nature park/dunes

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Reviewed October 29, 2014

Oh my God !! just the place to be, or rather the place to see !! you can not leave anymore if you did not see that place !! just try, and you would see by yourself ! Last advice from a friend !! DON...More

1  Thank PatKenzie
Reviewed August 17, 2012

Great to leave the car behind and be able to hop on and off at frequent locations. Not all trams go to the end of the line, so sometimes one has to wait longer than expected, but no more than 20 mins in rush hour.

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