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Uitkerkse Polder, Blankenberge

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Wildlife Area
Uitkerkse Polder is located in Blankenberge. Take a look at our Blankenberge holiday planner to schedule your visit to Uitkerkse Polder and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Could not Park at the address and the place looked very banal. So we left very quickly.
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  • Extremely suitable activity to escape the season-crowds. Also sublime during all seasons of the year. Is enjoy in peace and quiet of a beautiful polder landscape. Definitely a must for nature lovers. A private beautiful typical fauna & flora. You can also visit the visitor centre (free) "Groenwaecke". Here the occasion for consumption. Sure do: highly recommended!
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  • With the package "winter visitors" we could enjoy a refreshing walk in the Uitkerkse polders. It was beautiful and instructive. A fascinating experience.
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  • Beautiful place for birdwatching, highly recommended!
  • The Uitkerkse polders is a beautiful nature reserve. Ideal for walkers and cyclists who love nature and unwind.
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  • beautiful walks are possible for whom wild water wild
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  • Beautiful nature reserve just outside the town centre of Blankenberge with marked hiking trails.
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  • The Uitkerke Polder is a nature reserve in the Belgian municipality of Blankenberge, located between the cores of Blankenberge, Wenduine, Nieuwmunster and Zuienkerke.
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