Great Nature

All of our campusses are close to the Belgian coast and you're only a train ride away from the green hills of the Ardennes. Enjoy the great outdoors through walking trails with amazing views.

The coast's 65 kilometre long stretch of sandy coastline consists of fifteen cities and villages, each with its own character and unique atmosphere. The sandy beaches are ideal for enjoying the sun. Sunbathers have found that they acquire a healthier tan here than in southern Europe, thanks to the iodine and salt in the air.  The beaches shelve gently out to sea, and life guards ensure everyone's safety.

The Belgian coast offers a wide range of sport and recreation facilities: here you can hire a bicycle or go sailing or fishing. The wide beach is ideal for ball games, horseback riding and surfing. The summer months are the busiest period for the coast. However, the other seasons have a charm of their own, even in wintertime, the beaches can be enchanting.  

The Ardennes, situated in the south-east of Belgium, are one of nature's unspoilt areas, rich in fauna and flora, with vast forests of broadleaf and fir.  Here, you can enjoy the rolling hills and beautiful fast flowing rivers.  Visitors can stroll through the many picturesque villages nestling in the valleys where traditions and folklore still live on.  In these villaes, you can also enjoy the local arts and crafts.

Springtime in the Ardennes is the perfect season for walking, cycling, fishing, canoeing and kayaking. Horseback riding, climbing and mountain biking are other examples of popular sports in the Ardennes. The keen mountaineer has an exciting choice of challenges. In Winter, the Ardennes are a fun paradise for downhill and cross country skiers, or perhaps you prefer tobogganing and snow scooter racing. Action can be found at any time, at any place: even underground.  Some of the caves are well worth a visit.