Nieuw Namen est un sentier en boucle de 19.0 kilomètres situé près de Nieuw-Namen, Zélande en Pays-Bas. Le sentier longe une rivière et sa difficulté est évaluée comme modérée. Le sentier est principalement utilisé pour la randonnée et la marche.

Distance: 19.0 km Dénivelé: 71 m Type d'itinéraire: Boucle




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Enfin Nieuw Namen forms an unexpected border town with the Belgian Kieldrecht. The old village of Namur was swallowed up by the sea in 1715. It is here anyway an area fought on the sea. Saeftinghe was also a beautiful polder in the past, but it was over after the All Saints' Flood in 1570. New attempts also failed, because in the 80-year war the polders were already being sacrificed. The Hedwigepolder has been withdrawn from Saeftinghe since 1907 and perhaps that is why it is so sensitive with the Zeelanders. All in all a bizarre walk, because the Hedwigepolder is currently completely fenced off. You can walk along it beautifully along the bottom of the Hedwig dike in Belgium. You can see the power plant in Doel everywhere in the landscape. It is actually a large industrial area in the direction of Antwerp and it is very important for the Belgians that the Dutch live up to their agreements, because this is where the economic heart of Belgium lies. The second part of the walk goes along the mighty salt marsh area "The Land of Saeftinghe". It is the largest brackish water area in western Europe, which is why it is so important that this area remains intact in combination with the deepening of the Westerschelde. The salt marsh area is rich in birds and plants. It actually forms a southern "wadden region".

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