TTT 1999 03 Rondje Bergen op Zoom
Published: 03/02/2019
Oesterdam Tholen
This TTT has the start and end point in Stampersgat and mainly concerns narrow roads. We first go to Steenbergen and then drive around Nieuw-Vossemeer to Stavenisse, where you could stop at the harbor for a cup of coffee.
After Stavenisse we are almost halfway this TTT and we go to the lunch location, for this I have had to adjust this TTT a little bit. The lunch location is located directly on the Oosterschelde and the original TTT did not pass by, which is why I made an exception.
After lunch via the Oesterdam to Rilland and then drive to Stampersgat via the water extraction area "Pottenbergen" and the "Wouwse Plantage".

Because I have not driven this route (yet) myself, this route gets 3 stars.

Route details:
rp 27 - Lunch location Brasserie De Zeester. See also:
* rp 44 - Garmin route goes off the dike for a while, while TomTom follows the dike, and then comes back again, you can just keep following the dike.
* rp 45 - Garmin route goes off the dike 2 times, while TomTom follows the dike, and then comes back again, you can just keep following the dike.
* Dennis Hoogendonk thanks for the information.
Start- en eindpunt in Stampersgat
Wouwse Plantage
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