Easter holidays Belgium

Easter in Belgium also means experiencing Spring in Belgium; the trees will grow back their leaves, flowers will start to bloom, the sun will show itself more often, and the days get longer. Spring is the perfect time to visit Belgium because it is never too cold or too warm. So basically, the perfect time for your easter break and, of course, your easter egg hunt. And who knows, you might come across an actual bunny.

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Easter holidays Belgium

Easter in Belgium also means experiencing Spring in Belgium; the trees will grow back their leaves, flowers will start to bloom, the sun will show itself more often, and the days get longer. Spring is the perfect time to visit Belgium because it is never too cold or too warm. So basically, the perfect time for your easter break and, of course, your easter egg hunt. And who knows, you might come across an actual bunny.

Belgium’s nature

Even though there are only two national parks in Belgium, this does not mean that there isn’t anything to see. Besides the parks you can hike through countless of nature reserves to explore the Belgian nature. The landscapes of Belgium can be divided into three parts; first of all, there is Flanders where you can find heath and woodlands. Secondly, the coastal area which is characterized by dunes and polders. Lastly, Wallonia with its famous Ardennes region which mainly consists of forests.

Despite being a smaller country, a great deal of wildlife and plants can be found in Belgium. Around 20% of the country is forested, providing a habitat for a lot of animal species. For example, more than 350 bird species live throughout the country such as ducks, falcons, buzzards, and more. Small animals like weasels, foxes, deer, beavers, lynxes, and wild cats can also be found. For every garden lover, spring in Belgium is paradise. There are a lot of garden in the country which are all in bloom in spring demonstrating an abundance of colors and scents. For example, the largest Japanese garden in Europe can be found in Belgium .

Activities during your stay

From the historic cities in Flanders like Bruges, Antwerp, or Ghent, to the rolling valleys of Wallonia there is always something to do during your holiday. For the people who like an active holiday, we recommend going to the Ardennes. In this area you can go rafting or kayaking on the rivers with different levels of experience. Spring is the best time to do this, so perfect for your easter holiday. As Belgium has a long coastline, there are tons of activities to do there as well; go horseback riding, looking for seashells, or any adventurous water activities. And, of course, there are thousands of popular hiking trails in the country in different kinds of landscapes. Lastly, in the southeast of Belgium, you have the opportunity to visit caves and explore the underground passage of the river Lesse.

Go away with Nature house

After your day of hiking, cycling, visiting a city, or any other activity, you can come home and retreat to your cozy cabin in nature. Whether you want a romantic holiday away during easter or are looking for a family trip, staying in a nature house in Belgium is a perfect way to reconnect with nature.