Cycling on Noord-Beveland
Kortgene, Kamperland, Colijnsplaat
Kortgene often had to start over again: in 1423 it went up in flames, in 1530 and in 1532 almost all of Noord-Beveland was washed away. Only the church tower was spared. When the area at Kortgene was reclaimed in 1684, the tower appeared to have survived more than 150 years in the water. Only a new church had to be built. The bell 'Suzanne', stolen from the French, was stolen by the Germans during the Second World War, but was one of the few church bells that returned after the war. Kamperland was also washed away twice in the 16th century. As the last place on the island it was rebuilt. At Kamperland you can take the ferry to Veere. During the Flood Disaster in 1953, Colijnsplaat was spared by the 'miracle of Colijnsplaat': a loose freighter protected the village from flooding. At Colijnsplaat you have a beautiful view of the Zeelandbrug.
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