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De Hoop, Ouddorp is a historical windmill that is still in use. It was constructed in 1845 and used as a flour mill. It has been renovated and repaired several times over the years. Owned by the Voogd family, the mill still operates and can be visited after prior permission. There is a shop beside the mill where one can buy flour products.
Dorpskerk, Ouddorp built in 1348 is a picturesque church that exudes serenity. It is situated in the heart of the city. Formerly a Roman Catholic place of worship, it was later converted into a Protestant church. Today, it is used as a Restored Reformed Church.
Turquoise waters of the North Sea and golden sands define the Ouddorp Strand, which is blessed with one of the most picturesque coasts. The shore is perfect for you to work on your tan while the jade water is ideal for a swim. Water sports are also available for those who seek thrill. The beach has plenty of parking space, and its sheer length allows you to find a serene spot irrespective of crowds.