The Zwin reserve consists of salt lick and marshland and is home to thousands of plants and birds.
An old estuary, the Zwin natural reserve consists of salt pans, marshes and woods, and is ideal for walking or bicycling. You can also see several birds: more than one hundred species appreciate the marshes and ponds in the reserve. Storks, ducks and herons are in abundance on this charmingly wild land. Do not forget your boots and binoculars to make the most of it!
Storks favour the marshes and the flood plains for finding their food.
The reserve doesn't lose any of its charm at this time of the year thanks to the abundance of snowfall it receives.
The first thing visitors will see before even entering the reserve are the storks.
The reserve is home to many species of ducks.
Zwin is the largest saltwater territory in Belgium.