Food and Beverages
By wandering through the enjoyable village of Domburg, you’ll especially notice the many grand-cafés. The most important street in Domburg is the Ooststraat, which merges into the Markt and continues as the Weststraat. You’ll find several pubs, shops and restaurants in this area. Most of the hotels, restaurants, cafés and pubs have a cosy outdoor terrace, which is used in abundance especially in the height of the summer.
in Domburg you can enjoy the many Zealand specialties. The mussels knows everyone, yet there is so much more. Zeeland oysters for example, praised by connoisseurs as ‘very refined taste’. And the delicious Oosterschelde-lobsters, which are beautiful fine, soft and slightly sweeter than other crustacea.
There is also the sweet chewer the ‘bolus’. Soft white twisted dough, wrapped in a crispy, brown burnt caramel. Definitely not complete without a thick layer of unsalted butter. Every baker bakes them, like those delicious butter candy anyway.
For many people it is one of the greatest luxuries: not having to cook. With the holiday feeling fit it also nice to sit down in a pancake house, a restaurant or a cafe. will be no problem to the eating place of your choice to find, because we are rich with restaurants for every budget and every kind.
Most restaurants are open in the morning and breakfast is served in many hotels and other food outlets until 10:00. The Dutch usually eat lunch between 12:00 and 14:00 and dinner around 17:00 to 20:00. Although many restaurants close at 22:00, there is a wide variety of restaurants, cafés and bars that continue to serve selected hot and cold dishes and snacks.
The beach of Domburg is summer and winter an experience. On the sandy beach of There are several pavilions. You can go here for a little something to eat, drink. Whether you are awarded your day at the beach with a meal while the sun's last light on the now deserted beach shine.
Some also sell beach stuff for children as kites. Toilets are available to everyone staying on the beach. Often, too hiring instead of beach huts, beach chairs, windbreaks, etc. The beach pavilions into the summer a volley down.
Even in winter, especially on weekends, nowadays a number of pavilions open. Wonderful for a brisk walk through storms, rain and wind, along the roaring sea. You can then from behind the glass as the rough sea to watch. And you can while enjoying a glass, a cup of coffee or tea the fatigues of the distance traveled hiking route from your lower legs.
For a list of local beach pavilions we refer to the website: the Yellow Pages.
Cafes and terraces
Thirsty after a hot day? Tired of a trip? Or just fancy a drink? Does not. Throughout the day you can be whatever you want good drinks, soda, beer, cocktails, etc.
Ironing just down on one of the many terrace cafes or in the center of Domburg. Enjoying the sun, or in the shade or out of the wind. Or opt for a while out. Enjoyed at the bar or around the table. With friends or just to meet other people and make new friends. Enjoy the atmosphere and the charm and pamper yourself into the wee hours. Thirsty or not thirsty!
For the young among us there are various options in Domburg. There are various bars in the Stationsstraat. Tramzicht, the Kafe Domburg and Cafe American Trash have been the local meeting places for the youthful (tourist) for years. There is usually a minimum age restriction of sixteen years, and are open every day until 2 am in the summer time.
The nearby town of Middelburg is bustling with nightlife as well. In this provincial capital you can find many atmospheric bars cafes and restaurants right next to the Vlasmarkt, the Pottenmarkt and the Markt. Most of the cafes are open until 2 am on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. At the end of the Vlasmarkt is a night cafe that's open until 4 am on Saturdays.