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Blankenberge is a long sandy beach with a higher level lively promenade full of restaurants, and accessible entrances to both the beach and promenade.
There are toilets, and several restaurants at beach level with playgrounds and umbrellas rental and beach chair rental.
Winter or summer, rain or shine. You can always recharge your batteries here. And those who enjoy tranquillity and lonely beaches can enjoy these to their hearts’ content before or after the peak season. Because you’ve got that beach, without any beach huts, all to yourself then. A wonderful way to get a breath of fresh air, on your own, with your family, or with your friends. You can clear your head in no time.
The lifeguards are on standby in the guarded areas from 14 May to 18 September 2022 at the following times:
From the Easter holiday until October you can relax on the beach while sipping a cocktail in one of the many trendy beach bars. The beach bars must be dismantled before Sunday 16 October 2022.
Below you will find a map on which you can see where a certain beach bar is located.
The beach bars close at 20:00 On Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, the beach bars may remain open until 21:00
Next to Restaurant Bel Air at Zeedijk 154, 8370 Blankenberge, Belgium, there is a tunnel to access the beach directly and a ramp to access the promenade level.
There is also a catwalk to reach the sea when it is a high tide.
You can also use a private car park.
Dogs are only allowed in areas of the beach in Blankenberge set out specifically for this purpose and at certain times.
Between Oosterstaketsel and J. Gadeynehelling:
From J. Gadeynehelling in the direction of Zeebrugge (up to Zeebrugge border):
From Westerstaketsel towards Wenduine:
Zeedijk 154, 8370 Blankenberge, Belgium
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