Things to see and do - Delfzijl
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Delfzijl Travel guide
Delfzijl : Michelin's recommendations
A working port located on the gulf of Dollard, Delfzijl is an industrial town whose main activities are petrochemicals and the manufacture of soda. The town is linked to Groningen by the Eems canal. Delfzijl also has a large marina. Boat trips are organised from here.
Tourist attractions Delfzijl : Things to see and do
NL - 9934 Delfzijl
The dyke situated on the edge of the Dollard Bay affords a beautiful view of the port and the town, dominated by a rampart mill called the 'Molen Adam' (1875).
NL - 9934 Delfzijl
This small statue commemorates Simenon's visit to Delfzijl in 1929, which is when he is supposed to have had the idea for the character of Inspector Maigret.
NL - 9906 Bierum
On top of a mound, this small church was built in the 13C and its belfry is strengthened by a buttress. The chancel in the apse dates from the 14C The interior is covered with domes, whose ribs form a geometric pattern, still bearing fresco fragments..
Singel 52 NL - 9934 BW Delfzijl
Prix Prices from : 60 €
Hotel Singel is situated in historic Delfzijl, a village known for its harbour. You can easily walk to the city centre and the beach. During your stay, you can benefit from free Wi-Fi and free parking. The hotel rooms are spacious and luxurious in s..
Waterstraat 74 NL - 9934 AX Delfzijl
This 3-star hotel is located in the centre of Delfzijl, right around the corner from Delfzijl Station. Hotel Restaurant Boven Groningen offers free Wi-Fi and free parking is available. Each room features a TV, desk and private bathroom with shower. ..
Zeebadweg 2 NL - 9933 AV Delfzijl
This hotel is located on the shores of the Dollart Bay. Eemshotel offers free Wi-Fi, bicycle rental and a sauna. The centre of Delfzijl is a 10-minute walk. Groningen is 30 minutes by car. Each room is decorated with pictures and some rooms have vie..
Handelskade West 12 NL - 9934 AA Delfzijl
Waterstraat 8 NL - 9934 AV Delfzijl
With a name like Henk Kok (kok is the Dutch word for cook) the owner and manager of De Kakebrug has certainly found his calling! He has been serving up classical dishes in the centre of the small port city of Delfzijl since 1991.