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De Haan An Zee


De Haan is the jewel in Belgium's seaside crown. This charming village, with its raft of authentic villas, takes you straight back in time. The Belgian coast's largest sandy beach awaits, within walking distance of Sunparks De Haan aan zee. And the stunning surroundings are a joy to explore by bike or on foot.

The beach simply could not be any closer, which means your holiday starts straight away. Enjoy a spot of sunbathing and paddling in the surf on beaches protected by lifeguards. Build a sandcastle before the tide comes in, or simply allow the sea breeze to caress your skin as you enjoy a walk along the beach. The Belgian seaside is a delight all year round.

The historic seaside resort of De Haan is unspoiled by high-rise buildings. The charming villas and natural surroundings combine to infuse the town with a distinctive and alluring atmosphere. Apparently, the most popular way to get around and discover De Haan is by go-cart, would you believe!


Coming from Ostend, you take the N34 'Koninklijke Baan', direction Bredene / De Haan. At the traffic lights in De Haan, follow direction Wenduine for about 200 meters. Turn right and immediately turn left into the Wenduinesteenweg. Sunparks De Haan is on your right hand side.


Coming from Calais, you take the E40 Belgium (Belgique / Bruxelles). When you arrive in Dunkerque, you follow the direction Veurne (Furnes). Then you follow the E40 again, direction Brussels. Take exit 6 Jabbeke / De Haan. Follow direction Jabbeke. At Jabbeke, turn right and follow direction De Haan. After you pass the 2nd roundabout, you follow direction Vlissegem for about 3km till the T-fork with the Wenduinesteenweg. You turn right. Sunparks De Haan is on your right hand side.


A holiday at Sunparks is adventurous for the kids and relaxing for the parents.

  • Heated outdoor pool
  • Subtropical indoor pool
  • Wave pool
  • Paddling pool for children
  • Jacuzzi
  • Sauna
  • Solarium
  • Supermarket
  • Restaurants
  • Bars
  • Billiards/Snooker
  • Bowling
  • Table-tennis
  • Squash
  • Tennis
  • Childrens bikes (hire)
  • Kids World (Indoor games centre)
  • Mini golf
  • Playground


The Select holiday villas are the ideal option if you like a bit of extra comfort. All villas are equipped with a comfortable living room with a fireplace and TV, a fully equipped kitchen, a bathroom with bath or shower and a private terrace with an outdoor fireplace.


De Haan

The village of De Haan is one of the most beautiful villages in Belgium and is great for a day trip from your holiday park, take in the sights and sounds of this traditional village in peaceful surroundings.


Bruges has the wow-factor. With its picturesque cobbled lanes and pretty canal network mixed with medieval market squares lined with soaring towers, this historic city deserves it's World Heritage Site of UNESCO rating.

Top sites to see in Bruges include:

Rozenhoedkaai - possibly the most photographed spot in Bruges. A mooring place for ship since the Late Middle Ages this is a beautifully picturesque spot.

Head to the Markt (Market Square) and climb the Belfry, for centuries the city’s 83m high tower and the perfect look-out in case of war, fire or any other calamity.

For a bit of romance head to Minnewater which used to be a mooring place for barges, and gaze at the views from the ancient bridge.

Visit an 'Almhouse', one of the many picturesque whitewashed buildings generally clustered around a cosy courtyard. These early forms of council houses from the 14th century are scattered over the city.

The Church of Our Lady displays a valuable art collection including Michelangelo’s world-famous Madonna and Child.


The city of Ostend is a traditional Belgian sea side city and is heavily reliant on its fishing trade in the North Sea. Explore the harbour and watch all the activity as fisherman land their catch, and then you can take in a cafe or a meal in a nearby restaurant.