Aagtekerke is a quiet village with about 1500 inhabitants, located between meadows and plowed fields in the shadow of Domburg and Oostkapelle. The center of Aagtekerke is formed by the village church surrounded by the Dorpsplein. This village is named after Saint Agatha. Today there is no trace of the Roman influence. A woman can be seen on the coat of arms of Aagtekerke, this golden bust is probably Saint Agatha.
The only hexagonal wooden flour mill in Zeeland is located on the Molenweg. The mill was built in 1801, but has no official name. In the past, this mill was mainly known as 'molen van Kwekkeboom', after the last professional miller. The village is surrounded by nature reserve De Manteling. Here you can take a lovely walk in the woods and relax.
What to do in Aagtekerke:
Riding school Ponyhof
At this riding school you can go for rides to the beach, the dunes and in the woods.
At the Molenwegje is a wooden hexagonal ground sailer of the Zeeland type on a mill mountain. This flour mill from 1801 is one of only eight hexagonal mills in the Netherlands and the only one in Zeeland. The mill rests on six dice, on which six 2.40 meter high fields have been placed.
Visit the hexagonal flour mill on the Molenweg. This mill still grinds regularly, run by volunteers, usually on Saturdays. When the mill grinds, it can also be visited.
Holiday rental in Aagtekerke
Choose a holiday home in the quiet village of Aagtekerke. In the middle of the polder, close to the beach of Domburg and Oostkapelle. Domburg beach is only 2 km away. The village is also the ideal starting point for an extensive walk or bike ride. Discover the village and the history of the different churches. The other tourist villages such as Oostkapelle, Westkapelle and Zoutelande are also easily and quickly accessible. Enjoy and relax in a holiday home in Aagtekerke.