Oostende & The Atlantic Wall

A defence wall all along the Atlantic coast.


During the 2th World War, Hitler constructed a defense wall of 3500 miles all along the Atlantic coast, from Norway till Spain. In the natural Park of Raversijde, resort of the former Belgian Prince Karl, remarkable remains of this wall are to be seen Visit the batteries, the trenches and the bunkers and the staff accommodation . What you have seen in the movies, you will see for real!


Ypres is a city with a very rich and varied past. During the Middle Ages Ypres was a flourishing trading centre. In those days Ypres was one of the main Flemish cloth centres next to Bruges and Ghent. During the First World War the charming town was reduced to a heap of rubble.  Ypres was almost entirely destroyed by four years of senseless violence. The citizens of Ypres rebuilt their city with respect for the past.

Today, Ypres is a charming city for you to discover. The memory of the Great War is kept alive in one of the museums or on the historic sites. The medieval  character of Ypres can be experienced in the cosy centre or on the ramparts. Ypres has all facilities to accommodate each one of you.  


After this visit, stroll along the promenade of Ostende, the “Queen of beaches”. See the fish harbor and the beautiful yachts.

This excursion can be done from Bruges or Ghent and can be combined with the visit of Nieuwpoort, Ypres and the Flanders Fields, sights of WWI


Bruges Office

Tel. 00 32 477 33 82 15


Geerwijnstraat 1 bus 0101

8000 Brugge



Filip Mattheeuws

Director of Operations



Daniëlle Janssens

Contract Manager


Antwerp Office

Tel. 00 32 494 475 367

Braderijstraat 15

2000 Antwerpen


Wim Helderweert

Director of Operations


David Pogul

Contract Manager & Consultant


Accounting Antwerp office