• This is one of the most extensive marsh areas along the Scheldt River. It is characterised by open grassy plains, ditches and trenches.Kalkense meersen
  • A marsh is a wetland or low-lying grassland.
  • The symbol of this nature reserve is the black-tailed godwit, an elegant wader that appears in mid-March to brood.
  • The 800-hectare area includes various paved and unpaved roads that you can walk on.
  • To discover the loveliest corners, three walking loops were mapped out in the Kalkense Meersen Route (6, 8 or 9 km, starts at Schellebelle ferry).
  • It is possible that routes are temporarily inaccessible or difficult to navigate due to the Sigma Plan.