This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you are better prepared for what to expect, what not to expect and can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Domburg. To help you make friends with Domburg before you visit, we've included a few helpful and fun things you should know about the area. Enjoy!
Domburg, Netherlands, is a seaside resort in the Netherlands, located on the North Sea nearby the Belgian border. Antwerp in Belgium and Rotterdam in the Netherlands are around a hundred kilometres away, and there you can find the nearest international airports if you plan to visit the province Zeeland, where Domburg is situated. Zealand is the least-populated province of the Netherlands, and the region is characterized by numerous peninsulas and islands. Especially during the summer, it is a very popular destination for domestic and international tourists. Regular bus and train services make the trip to the seaside very comfortable. Approximately one thousand five hundred people live in Domburg all year round; however, during the summer when the beach is crowded, there are a lot more people in the seaside resort.
During the summer, there is only one place to be -- the beach. It is the perfect spot to relax, hang out, or go for a walk. You can enjoy various water sports such as surfing or kiting. Horseback riding and cycling are available, as well. Check out the local windmill “Windmolen Domburg” in the coastal village. Hoge Hill is a nice lookout to see the surrounding unspoilt nature and the beautiful ocean view.
It is not a surprise that the best time to visit the area is between June and September. During that period, the maximum daily temperatures range from twenty-one to twenty-three degrees Celsius. You can expect around ten rainy days a month in summer.
An important source of income is the tourism. Therefore, you can choose from a wide range of hotels and guesthouses. There are smaller, simple two-star hotels as well as four-star hotels with a high standard. If you are a backpacker and you look for a Domburg, Netherlands hostel, the options are rather limited. Your hostel in Domburg, Netherlands, is housed in a rather unique building -- a castle surrounded by unspoilt nature. The place is very family friendly. In addition to that, your Domburg, Netherlands hostel offers modern facilities, a bar, and free Wi-Fi.
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