Nisse is a village and former municipality (until 1970) in the municipality of Borsele with more than 600 inhabitants. The village is located on the southern part of the southern Beveland Peninsula, the so-called "South Beveland Bag". Nisse has a protected village view and is one of the seventeen protected city and village views in Zeeland. It is considered one of the most beautiful villages of South Beveland, and is dominated by the characteristic 14th century church tower, which can be seen in the wide area. In the church itself (15th century) there are frescoes and ancient grave churches. On the town square restored in 1975, there is a musical tent, a 18th century water pump and a vault, a water pool used in the past as a cattle farm. On the north-east side of the village is the De Meulen mill mill. The surrounding area of Nisse consists of a varied meadow area that is popular with hikers and cyclists with its beautiful hawthorns. Fruit cultivation is the most common form of agriculture here. There are several annual events in Nisse, including the Pastorale au Parvis music festival and the flea market for the benefit of the Mariakerk. The Schaapscheerders party, a folkloric day, has been canceled since 2011. The athletics club De Zaklopers organizes the Maidoornloop annually. This is a game of 7.5 km or 15 km for both men and women. This competition has been organized since 2004.