Vanuit Assenede via de Westerschelde naar Doel
Published: 06/02/2019
Een deel van het dorp Doel, met op de achtergrond de kerncentrale
The departure of the route is at BMC Assenede, Triumph dealer of East Flanders (Belgium). If desired, you can admire the latest Triumph models, have a look around in the motorcycle accessories, or just drink a coffee with Daniël and Suzanne. Everyone is welcome.

The first village where we stop is Boekhoute. Boekhoute is a village in the Belgian province of East Flanders and a borough of Assenede. Boekhoute is also known as the fishing village without a port. A side arm of the Westerschelde, the Braakman, ensured that until 1952 there was a harbor in Boekhoute.

After Boekhoute the route continues via the Dutch village Philippine to Terneuzen. In Terneuzen there is a stop at the Rosaure restaurant. Restaurant Rosaura is located on the Westerscheldedijk in Terneuzen. From the entire restaurant you have a beautiful view over the Westerschelde. During your visit you will continuously see the large sea ships pass by. You can only enjoy a drink on the terrace.

From Terneuzen we continue along the border with the Westerschelde to the Belgian village Doel. Along the way there is a stop with a view of the Westerschelde.

Aim is a village in the Belgian province of East Flanders and a borough of Beveren. The aim is mainly known for the nuclear plant and the fact that the entire village had to make way for the expansion of the port. A large part of the houses in Doel have been demolished or abandoned, giving the village the name 'Ghost City Target'.

Because no difficult cornering is involved while driving this route, she gets 3 stars.
De Westerschelde
Een sfeerbeeld van Doel
Useful links:
BMC Assenede
Restaurant Rosaura
Doel (Wikipedia)

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