Zeeland Cruise Port’s new website and brochure
Wednesday, March 15, 2017 - 13:09 by zeeland
Visit our new website where you’ll also find our latest brochure. We opted for a fresh appearance in suitable marine colours. The site has been especially designed to enable easy visitor access. With one click, you can find out what Zeeland has on offer. And that’s quite a bit. Think of our accessible ports and the Delta Works for example. You’ll find reviews online of the fascinating museums, stunning architecture, mouth-watering restaurants, and fashionable boutiques located in the centre of our historic towns. We zoom in on the local natural and gastronomic delights. Find all your nautical updates here too, such as mooring possibilities and depth charts. With clear words and bright pictures, we enjoy telling the story of our delightful province to cruise ship passengers and website visitors. You can navigate the site in Dutch or English.
The new brochure has been designed to mirror the site in style and is published English. Because we like the brochure to be retained we turned it into a handy A-6 size booklet. We will also feature a promotional 5-minute film on our website soon that shows Zeeland at its best. As soon as it is shot and edited we will link it to our website. Find out more about this clip in our next newsletter.
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Zeeland has a historical feeling, with its forts, medieval town houses, churches and harbours. The visitors of the Delta province are astounded by the vastness and diversity. There is so much to discover. There are great opportunities for an active holiday, trips in the wilderness, beach fun and quests to the past. The 30 museums give an interesting insight into life and work in the past.
Cycle along a country lane. Sit on a village bench in the sun and enjoy an ice cream. Delicious, as you would expect. Virtually anywhere in Zeeland you would be under water, or at least have wet feet if there were no dunes or dykes, the Dutch soil is largely under NAP. The famous Delta works ensure that feet are kept dry, through the many dykes and dunes.
Dams, bridges and ferries make every area easily accessible. However ... Zeeland remains an area of islands, from all sides. Each of these islands has its own dialect, region gestation, nature and landscape.