Have you ever been on a sandy beach which is located directly on a border between two countries? If not and you would like to have this experience, we recommend you to visit the beach Strand Duinlaan, a family beach on the border between Netherlands and Belgium. Cadzand is the name of the city which is the closest to the beach and Zeeland is the name of the region to look for to find this beach. No matter what the vehicle you're travelling with, this location is very easy to reach, also with a motorhome and a very large parking place is at your disposal some 400m away from the beach. The path to the beach is very nice and is paved. On the beach u have a very large area with several kilometres in length and more than 100 m in width. On the most part the inclination is normal and it flattens towards the sea. Like on most Dutch beaches you also have here a nice water entry and the point of swim is at around 75 m. All the essential beach infrastructure is either located on the beach directly or by the parking place. On the beach itself you also have a restaurant. Because this location is very popular, many different types of accommodations are available here, mostly in the form of campsites and hotels.