[Belgium] Strand van Wenduine

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Hannah
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[Belgium] Strand van Wenduine

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Googlemaps-Link:
Strand van Wenduine

Webcam:
BeachCam - Strand van Wenduine

Sport:
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Rules:
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Wind-Direction:
The main wind direction is WSW but in winter the wind direction can change to NE (over north)

Wind-season:
Whole year

Kiteschool:
Surfing Elephant

Surfschool:
Surfing Elephant

Beginner suitable:
Yes, but probably the hardest spot for beginners of the whole Belgian coast. Better beginners spots are Icarus in Zeebrugge or Anemos in Knokke-Heist.

Current:
Having the pier on the left side of the zone has significantly improved the current on the side of Surfing Elephant. There are currents, particularly around the pier, creating a sort of rip, but only in proximity to the pier.


Standing Area:
No

Deep:
Yes

Waves:
North Sea typical but better than most Belgium spots (but still not great).

Wave-Season:
In winter there’s more chance of decent waves.

Toilets:
Public Toilets

Parking:
Public Parking 1
Public Parking 2
Public Parking 3


Family suitable:
Yes! Especially because your whole Familie could spend time at the Surfing Elephant Area

Camping:
No

Restaurant:
Surfing Elephant
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Re: Belgium: Strand van Wenduine

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The lovely beach and surf club in Wenduine!
Surfing Elephant Wenduine
Surfing Elephant Wenduine
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Buoys indicate the zone and where the outer end of the pier is which submerges at higher tide
Buoys indicate the zone and where the outer end of the pier is which submerges at higher tide
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A few rocks on the right side of the spot, only visible at low tide, also indicated with a buoy at higher tide.
A few rocks on the right side of the spot, only visible at low tide, also indicated with a buoy at higher tide.
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