Located a little bit outside the famous Belgian tourist destination Oostende, the beach Strand Raversijde is not as crowded as other beaches here around, but it also can't provide you all the essential beach infstructure othere beaches can. Nonetheless it still has it's positive sites like for example the public tramway station which is located directly on the beach, or the numerous different accommodation options it can offer you when you cross the railway. You can access this location with any kind of vehicle and simply park beside the road. To get to the beach you need to cross the street and the railway. The access to the beach is easy and you have several kilometres of length and a minimum of 50 m widthness available, at low tide even more. The water entry is nice and the point of swim changes accordingly to the tide, but it should be around 20 m. Restaurants are also available here, but to get to them you need to cross the railway and the street.