Schouwen-Duiveland is the northernmost peninsula of Zeeland and is being surrounded by the North Sea, lake Grevelingenmeer and the Easthern Scheldt. Swimming, sailing, diving, sun bathing, walking along the beach, cycling and making use of the bike ferry or horse riding through the dunes are all among the possibilities. Schouwen-Duiveland is the place to be for an active holiday in nature or on water.
The peninsula consist of a beautiful polder landscape which is dotted with pretty villages, wide dunes, dikes where bird watching is possible, forests and swamps insides of the dikes. The latter are formed after the floods of 1953.