Accommodations in Serooskerke (Walcheren)

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Stroskerke or Seros as Serooskerke is called, is a typical Walchers village. A church with a square, some new buildings and farms around it. It is located on the main N57 from the Oosterscheldekering to Middelburg. The village is first mentioned in the twelfth century. In the Middle Ages there was a monastery there.

Serooskerke gained national fame in 1966 when a thousand gold coins were found. A farmhand found a gold coin while digging in a leek field and the rest is history. The coins dated from the 16th and 17th centuries and fetched more than 340,000 euros. The municipality claimed half of this and donated the De Goudvijver swimming pool to the village.

The St. John’s Church in the village dates back to the 15th century. In the 17th century, the church was largely remodeled, creating different sizes in the windows. The distinctive tower of the church rises above the village.

Windmill de Jonge Johannes is located on the N57 main road. The wooden octagonal mill dates from 1835. The flour mill still grinds grain on a voluntary basis from time to time, but is mainly an eye-catcher for the accompanying restaurant and play paradise.

Serooskerke has all kinds of events every year. Such as ring riding, in which a rider on a (saddleless) horse gallops into a track and has to put a ring in the way. Take a look at our events calendar for an up-to-date overview of events in Serooskerke.

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