Middelkerke is a municipality located in the Belgian province of West Flanders, on the North Sea, west of Ostend. The municipality comprises the villages of Leffinge, Lombardsijde, Mannekensvere, Middelkerke proper, Schore, Sint-Pieters-Kapelle, Slijpe, Westende and Wilskerke. On January 1, 2006, Middelkerke had a total population of 17,841. The total area is 75.65 km² which gives a population density of 236 inhabitants per km².
Restaurants in Middelkerke
4 based on 30 reviews
4 based on 49 reviews
Family Entertainment Center : * Outdoor kart race track ( electric) *Bowling *Indoor Midget Golf *Indoor Laser Arena *Outdoor BattleFieldLive *Escape Rooms "House Of Riddles" *Cafetaria DURING SCHOOL HOLIDAYS OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 12H !!!
Dinosaur Exhibitions are the fashion nowadays. So perhaps we're a little spoilt by the big shows. The dino-park in Middelkerke shows a whole range of dinosaurs, most of them in an excellent state (no flaking paint or brittle members) and most often bright eyes. I imagine that as an educational support for a class dealing with the subject there is plenty of knowledge to be acquired provided one reads all the explanatory panels. For the ordinary visitor, the collection is a little less exciting, and not really worth the steep price.
3.5 based on 23 reviews
Bij onze fietstocht stopten we even bij de dronkenput. Dit was een leuke ervaring! Dit moet je eens gedaan hebben. Het bezoek duurt niet lang. Ook heel leuk voor kinderen!
4 based on 23 reviews
The receptionists are unfriendly and sound as if they'd rather be elsewhere -- whether one wants to visit the museum or needs information about activities in Middelkerke (they are in charge of both). This being said, the museum offers a reasonable amount of insight and fun for a very small fee. The displays retrace the (recent) history of tourism at the Belgian coast, reflecting the impact of societal conditions like paid holidays, transportation and accommodation, and changing features of the tourist population, like beachware and leisure activities. The museum is accessible by car, but I recommend going by tram or on foot, as parking is scarce.
4 based on 10 reviews
Hippe strandbad waar je steeds een lekkere cocktail ,biertje wijntje of iets anders lekkers kunt drinken met een vriendelijke bediening en mooie zalige muziek zeker een aanrader
5 based on 4 reviews
Even though we are residents in the region, we like to take the coast tram to go and have coffee or drinks at Pata Pata because its situation and atmosphere immediately give us a feeling of being on holiday. The coffee is excellent (no decaf, though) and the drinks (beer, wine, sangria, cava and a spate of colourful cocktails) not cheap but affordable. Good music (Latino in 1916, more varied in 1917) audible but not too loud, games for the children (climbing tower, toboggan, toy house) inside the compound, close enough to allow parental supervision, and, above all, friendly service by lovely people. Should you need a loo (which is conceivable if you stay for several drinks), there are two, but put aside a fifty-cent coin to enter it.
5 based on 2 reviews
4 based on 3 reviews
You cannot miss the numerous pedal cars, go-karts, bikes and assortment of other forms of pedal or electric vehicles that dart up and down the Promenade, with young children behind the wheels. I've always assumed that these would be quite expensive to hire, but actually only cost £4 for half an hour, which is great value for money given the amount of entertainment derived from them. They were actually the highlight of our trip to Middelkerke for our two boys. You do need proof of identity to rent vehicles for your family, so do bring your identity card, passport or drivers licence if it has a Photo. Staff record your details and time of hire, then adjust the seat to suit each user, then you are off. You only pay on return, depending on the length of use, so its best to set an alarm to give yourself enough time to get them back to the store in time, time does fly when you are having fun. Staff couldn't have been more helpful and all spoke more than one language fluently. One word of caution however, the Promenade does become busy at times and in the excitement accidents can, and do happen. There is a usually empty stretch of Promenade next to the actual Casino. where there is a delightful view over the beach and concrete benches that are surprisingly comfortable, which give a good view of your children enjoying themselves in front of you. Highly recommended
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