Brielle The Essential
An old stronghold on the island of Voorne, Brielle was a working port at the mouth of the Meuse. It was also a place famous for the victory of the Sea Beggars (who left England in 1572) against the occupying Spaniards. Today, Brielle is a tourist centre profiting from the nearby lake of Brielle ( Brielse Meer ). The town has kept part of its past in the remains of its fortifications, now promenades and peaceful quays lined with old houses.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Brielle
St-Catharijnekerk church
St-Catharijnekerk church
This 15 C church was never completed. In
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Briel history Museum
Briel history Museum
This small museum - set up in a building
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