5 tips for little-known towns and villages in Zeeland
1. Groede artist village
Speaking of undiscovered jewels, Groede comes high on the list. Groede is an authentic village with shops and restaurants, but is the number one artist village in Zeeland-Flanders. In particular, the picturesque thoroughfare of Slijkstraatje - full of nostalgia and culture - is worth a visit. Take a beer in Herberg De Natte Pij, visit the old bakery or the Brouwerslokaal. Neither should the centre of the village be missed, with the Grote Kerk on the market square. And what about kids? They can play to their heart’s content at Groede Podium, a playground on the site of an old bunker.