Koksijde

The seaside promenade
Museum of the Abbey of the Dunes

Koksijde is a sea resort in West Flanders. It consists of Koksijde proper (with Koksijde-Bad and Sint-Idesbald as the coastal neighborhoods of the town), the seaside resort of Oostduinkerke and the rural village of Wulpen.

Understand

Get in

Even though there is a train station called Koksijde it is easier to continue until the train station of De Panne (the terminal station of that railway line) and hop on the coastal tram to Nieuwpoort. For direct trains from Bruges, Ghent and Brussels it may be easier to get off in Ostend and hop on the coastal tram there.

Get around

Coastal trams connect the resorts of Koksijde-Bad with Oostduinkerke-Bad. Close to the sea promenade there are several places where it's possible to rent bikes, but these might be closed on weekdays in the less busy winter months.

See

Do

Horseback shrimping

Buy

Eat

In Koksijde

In Oostduinkerke

Drink

In Oostduinkerke

Sleep

Connect

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