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Location & Route


The Brouwersdam is located on the borders of Zeeland and Zuid-Holland. Behind the Brouwersdam, you will find the North Sea beach, which is one of the longest and widest beaches in Holland. Once you have set foot on the beach, you will enter a whole new world: the world of the elements of nature. A world of preserved nature, where waves are crashing in, where you can smell the sea, feel the wind in your hair, and the sand between your toes. It’s also an active world that challenges you to play with the elements of nature. Not surprisingly, the North Sea beach is a stronghold of kitesurfers, sailors, buggies, kayaks, and surfboards, all driven by a boundless energy and always in motion.

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The local government appointed the North Sea beach at the Brouwersdam as a so-called ‘activity beach’. This means that those who practice water and beach sports take precedence compared to seaside visitors. Because of its width and the composition of the sand, the beach at Brouwersdam is the ultimate place for beach activities such as land sailing or kite buggying. Besides, the Brouwersdam is also known as one of the best kite- and windsurf spots in Europe.


Unfortunately, our street name and zip code are not registered in all navigation systems yet. However, right behind the beach is Port Zelande. From here you can cross the N57 and drive up to the dam, where you can see the flags of Beachclub Natural High on your left side behind the sanddunes.

Our address:

Brouwersdam Buitenzijde 22

3253 MM Ouddorp

The address of Port Zelande:

Kabbelaarsbank 1

3253 ME Ouddorp

Note: When you see the traffic lights on the N57, do not take the exit to Port Zelande, but take the exit to the North Sea beach instead!