The almost 6 kilometre long Brouwersdam is located in the provinces of both South-Holland as Zeeland and was being constructed between 1962 and 1971. On the 30th of March 1973, the main road on the dam named the N57 was put into occupation for the first time. The Brouwersdam splits the North Sea from lake Grevelingen, the largest salt water lake of Western-Europe.
Due to the unique location, the hotspot Brouwersdam is very popular among tourists and water sports lovers these days. The Northern side of the dam is used by lots of kiters, blow carters and fliers practitioners. The vast beach continues for lots of kilometres which makes it ideal for long hikes and lovely beach days. The famous concert ‘Concert at Sea’ is also being organized on this location.
The side facing lake Grevelingen is being occupied by lots of wind surfers and sailors. Moreover, a diversity of small beaches can be found here, where you can go capture some crabs, attend a surf clinic or visit the harbour of Marina Port Zélande. This beautiful and modern harbour can be found halfway at de Brouwersdam.
Does this sound interesting? Our apartments are located on the side of lake Grevelingen and offer views over both the lake and the Brouwersdam. Feel free to take a look at our luxurious apartments on this location and come enjoy the ultimate (watersports) holiday near the beach, sea and lake!
You’ll feel the sand between your toes sooner than you think and can also reach the North Sea beach in a 10 minute walk. You can even spot some seals here at times!
The surroundings feature wonderful hiking routes you can enjoy together with your dog. Between October 1 and May 1, dogs can walk freely and play around on the North Sea beach! In the high season, the dog lead must be used between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Surfing, kiting, sailing, swimming, hiking…and so on! The Brouwersdam will be the place to be for anyone who likes a bit of action!
Take the children on a daytrip to the RTM museum, make a ride in a real steam train, follow the hiking route along the 18 preserved bunkers from the Second World War, go seal spotting, fishing or take your bike and cycle over the Brouwersdam with its stunning views.