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Dive sites nearby

The Bergse Diepsluis, also known as Oesterdam or the Thoolse Gat by local divers, is a very accessible site and enables divers to get acquainted with the wonders of the Oosterschelde National Park. This site has little to no current due to its location, making it an ideal spot for beginners.

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Galderse Meren Noord

The Galderse Lakes is an area of recreational lakes south of Breda. It is an easy practice location for diving and there are several underwater objects to dive to (wrecks, ropes course, platforms, etc).

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This is a shore diving site that is easily accessible. There is ample parking available at the disabled jetty. This site is widely used by clubs that have a lot to celebrate. The way to acess the dive site is by entering the water via the boat ramp.

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The Anna Jacobapolder dive site is directly opposite the Zoetersbout dive site. This site is located on a ferry port where the ferry services used to sail between Anna-Jacobapolder and Zijpe. Currently there is an oyster farm between the main dams.

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Zoetersbout is an accessible dive site in the Oosterschelde, there is virtually no current here, but it can be felt at the head of the dike. You dive along an overgrown dike wall with eels, lobsters and galatheak lobsters as permanent residents. Dive between the weeds and discover the underwater life here.

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Zeeland Bridge can be called the most popular dive site on the Eastern Scheldt. Especially in the sepia season (May-June) this site is very popular among divers from the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Germany.

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Levensstrijd (Life Struggle) is a relatively shallow dive site, but if you don’t like the crowds at the neighboring dive sites, then this is the place for you. You can dive both along the rock dump on the dike and the sandy bottom where you can also find harder substrate.

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Nemo 33

Nemo 33 has long been the deepest swimming pool in the world. This indoor center is not only famous for its maximum depth of 33 meters, but also for the very pleasant water temperature of 33 degrees Celsius.

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This dive site is not subject to tides, so you can dive here all day long. From the stairs, you can dive both to the left and to the right. On the right is the pumping station, which is very nicely overgrown and sometimes produces attractive images for macro photographers.

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The provincial recreation area Zilvermeer, located in the territory of the municipality of Mol, is a beautiful piece of nature in the heart of the Kempen. Various lakes were created after sand extraction for the then glass industry.

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