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Holiday Park; Among nature; Near water
The island of Tholen, with its picturesque towns and villages, is a unique island. The many flowered polder dikes and narrow roads make the area particularly attractive for cyclists and hikers. In the vicinity of the park you will find the village of Saint Annaland, where a variety of shops and restaurants can be found. The more than forty-kilometer-long sea wall protects the land from the sea. The Eastern Scheldt is popular with fishermen and water sportsmen. Today Tholen is accessible from all sides. The island of Sint Philipsland is accessible via the Philips dam and is connected to Schouwen-Duiveland while the Isle of Tholen is connected to South Beveland by the Oester dam. Three bridges connect Tholen with Sint Philipsland in the province of North Brabant. Opportunities for water sports are plentiful here. Divers, surfers, sailors and pleasure boaters are sure to enjoy the area. Of course, if you prefer, you can just daydream on one of the many beaches. Nature lovers, cyclists and those seeking a little peace and quiet come to visit one of the most beautiful islands of Zeeland. Accessibility to the North Sea beaches as well as to cities like Bruges, Antwerp and Breda and Dutch villages such as Zierikzee, is also very good.