For a well-deserved, relaxing holiday, there are few better places to stay than Domburg. Domburg is one of the finest seaside resorts in the Netherlands. This is largely thanks to its expansive beaches, its gastronomy and the numerous spa facilities. Domburg has been attracting sun-seekers, day-trippers and art-lovers for many a year. Read more about this well-known resort here.

Domburg, a resort with allure

Domburg is one of the oldest resorts in the Netherlands. Tourists are still flocking to the resort for relaxation today. For that reason, many spa centres and hotels have established themselves in Domburg. Are you ready for some relaxation? One of the best known hotels is Badhotel Domburg. Alternatively you can combine a stay at the Roompot Domburg holiday village with a visit to Wellness & Beauty De Parel.

Curious to know what else Domburg has in store? Rest assured: we have made a list of things that make Domburg worth visiting.

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Art and culture in Domburg

Artists and art lovers have been finding their way to this old artists’ village for many years. Artists such as Jan Toorop, Piet Mondriaan and many others have found their inspiration with the unique Zeeland skies. Do you want to find out where famous paintings were made by these artists? Why not walk the In het licht van Toorop en Mondriaan trail, which homes in on the works of these two famous artists? The Marie Tak van Poortvliet Museum regularly organises temporary exhibitions displaying works by Dutch and international artists.

De Manteling

Domburg lies directly adjacent to De Manteling, a unique woodland reserve with country houses and delightful gardens. If you walk on towards Oostkapelle, you will reach the beautiful Kasteel Westhove. This is one of the best castles in the Netherlands.

Domburgsche Golfclub

The most exceptional golf course in Zeeland is located in the dunes near Domburg. The Domburgsche Golfclub is not only amongst the oldest golf courses in the Netherlands, it is also a ‘links’ course. This means a golf course on the coast and exposed to sea winds. The wind and rough make for a challenging round of golf!