Goes is a picturesque city situated in Zuid-Beveland region of the province of Zeeland in south-western Netherlands. With a heritage that goes back to the 10th century, ample opportunities for camping and recreation, lovely marinas and a vibrant cultural ambiance, it is an extremely popular tourist destination that attracts thousands of tourists every year, many availing the cheap flights to Goes that is very well served by the international airport at Antwerp, just 67 km away.
Near the centre of Goes is the city recreation 'The Dutch Farm ", a large area with a petting zoo, playground, water playground, bowling alley, botanical garden, environmental education centre and an orchard with wild sheep. In the craft centre, artisans give demonstrations of their craft, including puppets. The park also houses Sportpunt Zealand, a sports complex with gymnasiums, three pools, a sports bar and a campsite. Wolphaartsdijk has a number of marinas that provide ample opportunities for water sport. For boaters, the Oosterschelde is ideal; the crystal-clear waters attract a number of nature lovers and underwater athletes. The area around Kattendijke is highly regarded by sport divers and fishermen. The area has a lot to offer to hiking and cycling enthusiasts; there are plenty of trails in the area. If you choose to avail the many cheap flights to Goes, be sure not to miss out on the attractions of the Oosterschelde.
Goes offers a wide range of sports facilities; there are fitness centres and bowling centres as well as facilities for mainstream football, basketball, hockey and athletics, rugby and even greyhound racing and mountain biking.
The steam train museum Goes-Borsele shows Dutch railway as it was in the 30’s. There are steam locomotives, wagons, coaches and related buildings and objects. Housed in a former orphanage is the Historical Museum Bevelanden that is a treasure house of regional heritage; there are four permanent exhibitions that will keep history buffs enthralled for hours. There are innumerable historically interesting buildings, especially in the areas around the docks and the Grand Place.