Why the Belgium coast?

The Belgian coast isn’t everyone’s go-to holiday destination, as Belgium and sun don’t always go hand in hand. However, getting to know the Belgian coast is essential, as you may find yourself falling in love with it, especially if you’re there to watch Padel. What more could you wish for? Sunny Padel on the beautiful Belgian coast, with delicious food and stunning scenery. Let’s delve into the history of the coast as we are getting prepared for the Belfius Padel Summer Gala.

The Belgian coast’s 65-kilometer stretch of sandy shoreline boasts 15 resorts, each with its own unique character and atmosphere. The sandy beaches are ideal for children, with gentle slopes into the sea and lifeguards ensuring everyone’s safety.

The Belgian coast offers a wide range of sports and recreational facilities. You can hire a bicycle or buggy, or go sailing or fishing.

The summer months are the busiest period for the coast. However, other seasons have their own charm, even if sunbathing isn’t an option. There are plenty of alternatives along the coast. Nearby, you’ll find Bruges, one of Belgium’s finest cities of art.

Heading to Belgium to watch some of the best players in the world compete in Knokke-Heist sounds like a fantastic idea, especially with the current surge of Padel in Belgium. Seats will be in high demand, so make sure to get yours before it’s too late!