On the banks of the Dender river, in a rural corner of the De Gavers provincial park, some 100 beds are ready and waiting for you in a 17th century farmstead. Bicycles can be left in the cycle shed. If you have not brought bicycles, you can rent them from De Gavers. From May to September, there is also sailing, surfing, climbing, canoeing, etc. The play area and beach are paradises for children. If you are hungry or thirsty, there is a cafeteria and a restaurant. And what is there to do around the youth hostel? This hilly region is well worth exploring by bike, mountain bike or on foot.


9500 Onkerzele



Official labels

Accessibility label
This holiday accommodation has obtained the Flemish label for accessible tourism, level A. This means that it can be considered to have basic accessibility. Such accommodations are still usable for most people with limited mobility, but extra effort or a helper may be needed. Detailed accessibility information on this accommodation can be obtained  on www.visitflanders.com/en/accessibility.
Green key label
The Green Key is an international eco-label tourism facility that aims to contribute to the prevention of climate change and to sustainable tourism by awards and promoting good initiatives. The Green Key aims to change the practices and behaviors of actors, guests, enterprises, authorities, and local communities, and its desire is to involve them in increasing their responsibility toward their own environment.
Bycicle friendly label
This recognition guarantees that the business meets the following requirements:
• is located at max. 5 km from a cycle route / network;
• is bicycle-minded (knowledge of routes etc.);
• provides free bicycle maps, tourist information etc.;
• has adequate space to park bicycles,
• has a repair set and first aid kit;
• provides accommodation to cyclists for one night.

Accessibility information

Local map

Below you will find an interactive map.

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