You want to go out?
“Vlierstraat 67” is literally superclose to the dunes and close to numerous attractions and activities.
Direct access to the beach and sand dunes
contempary designed buildings
calm residential environment away from traffic
Ostend Centre has numerous shops, from small retail stores to large clothes shops, where you can spend a whole day.
Still not satisfied?
Bruges is a 15 min drive via the E40, Gent 45 minutes.
0stend, Queen of seaside resorts, has indeed a casino where you can try a game of chance. The casino offers also a full spectrum of music, dance and theater performances all year round.
Direct access by tram
Golf enthusiasts can drive in 10 min into the Royal Ostend Golf Club founded in 1903 .
The club offers a challenging and technical golf course , as well as stunning views over the sea and the dunes.
That’s where the action is! Just on walking distance, hidden in the dunes.
Here, you can find any surf-, sail- or whatever sea sport activities.
Tired? Enjoy a delicious coffee in the cosy cafeteria - with sea view!
Professional sail en surf coaching is available.
Go-carts and bicycle rentals
On the dike of Oostende, you will find many companies where you can rent, for several hours up to a day, an ( electric ) bike or go-kart to explore the surrounding area.
De Vismijn ( fish market)
Sea means…….. fresh fish.
The Vismijn and the fishing port is very nearby Vlierstraat 67. Here you find some small fish shops that offer daily fresh fish at affordable prices and delivered straight from the fishing boat.
Address: Vismijnlaan, Oostende
In the close surroundings a number of absolute toprestaurants are tempting.
Bib Gourmand: De Kruidenmolen (the Herbs Mill) in Klemskerke, Hostellerie Reny in Middelkerke, Triton in Blankenberge Toi Moi et la mère in Oostende.
Michelin *: A'Qi in Brugge, Philippe Nuyens in Blankenberge, Auberge de Herborist in Brugge.
Michelin * *: De Jonkman in Brugge
Michelin * * *: Hertog Jan in Zedelgem, De Karmeliet in Brugge.
Picture gallery with collections of the province of West Vlaanderen and the city of Ostend. ( Ensor, Spilliaert, Permeke)
For the temporary exhibitions you can look on the websites of the museum.
James Ensor House
The house where the famous painter was born and has lived in Oostende. His astonishing and surprising works can be seen in MU.zee.
After a major refurbishment this fort build by Napoleon is again accessible for public.
You can visit the fort, participate in cultural activities or enjoy a dinner in the cosy bistro.
Venice of the North, Open air museum, Unesco world heritage, city of culture…
Boating on the canals, romantic horse-drawn carriage rides, who wants more?
Enjoy the fascination of the narrow alleys and beautiful museums. You will be surprised by the impressive past of this city.
Ypres, In Flanders Field
2014 is the year of the Centennial commemoration of world war one.
That’s the occasion why a lot of memorial moments and events take place in the “ Westhoek during the coming years.
Visit a war cemetery, [ in Flanders Field-museum ], the trenches near the Ijzertoren and pay tribute to the fallen soldiers during the ' Last Post ' at the ' Menin gate in Ypres.