Plompe Toren

Here on the South Coast, between 1475 and 1650, at least fifteen villages disappeared in the water. And what remains is only the Plompe Toren. Once the tower belonged to the prosperous village of Koudekerke. The tower now houses a small but charming information center run by Natuurmonumenten. Here you can hear the saga about the drowned village of Koudekerke.

You can also climb the tower for free! In the distance you can often see seals lying on the sandbank. The tower keeper holds regular excursions. These are communicated on the chalkboard at the Delta car parked in the Plompe Toren parking lot. The Delta car is open daily from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. during the summer months.

More information can be found here.

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Uitzicht vanop de Plompe Toren