Cadzand is a coastal city located in the far west of Zeeland (The Netherlands) that belongs to the municipality of Sluis. This site was established in the mid-11th century on a sandbank on the coast of the Graafshap Flanders. This sandbar was ideal for arable farming and that is how it bacame a village. After the flood, a dyke reinforcement was applied, as a result the harbor of Cadzand had to be gave up. Many works have been carried out in recent years, with the construction of a new harbor in 2017. Today, work is still underway such as a new pedestrian bridge. The beach is regularly increased by dredging work. Next to the beach you have the Zwin nature reserve on the left, the Verdronken Zwarte Polder on the right and in between Molecaten Park Hoogduin. The street that is parallel to the dike is also worth a visit. For the hungry among us you will find plenty of restaurants and bistros. You can also stay for several days in Cadzand, like the Roompot Vankantiepark Noordzee residence or the Betteld Cadand campground and the Ten hundred camp.