Dip your toe in the slow lane and peek into a life of peaceful abundance as you chillax in the beautiful sleepy Belgian village of Moere, nestled in the verdant flatlands just outside the city of Gistel. Just a stroll away from the refreshingly salty air of the North Sea, you can fling your net at the nearby UNESCO city of Bruges, or saunter down country roads full of languid canals, protected villages, ancient monuments, striking castles and abbeys, and not to mention the odd old-fashioned farm with their fairy-tale Belgian windmills.
A land to get lost in, follow in Marvin Gaye’s footsteps and hunker down here in natural elegance, potentially belting out some hits he wrote in this very spot. ‘Sexual Healing’, anyone?
Our newest find was once the glamour hub of steaming Pullman trains ushering the rich from Paris to Ostend and beyond. The trains have long gone, and now this lovingly restored 1920’s baked-brick ticketing station in the village of Moere (Gistel) plays host to the modern urbanite seeking cool recluse.read more