Around Veerse lake
Veere, Vrouwenpolder, Kamperland
Strawberry Island did not get its name without reason. But we do not know whether strawberries can actually be found here, because there is no ferry going to it. Yet you will be treated during this route, because you can fully enjoy beautiful Zeeland landscapes and waters. You also go through beautiful places. Take Veere, for example: a monumental town where the Scots used to play an important role, thanks to the marriage of Wolfert VI van Borsele to the Scottish princess Mary Stuart. Kamperland, formerly Campen, must have been of great importance. Veere was called Kampvere, the place where the ferry left for Campen. Kortgene burned down in 1423 but was mentioned again eight years later. Kortgene was the only place on Noord-Beveland to receive city rights, although it was not given a seat in the States of Zeeland.
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