You will not want to miss the tiny village of Driewegen, named for the three roads that once met here. It epitomises all that is distinctive about the area called Zak van Zuid-Beveland (‘Sack of Z.-B.’) Stop and admire this ‘ribbon village’, long and slim.
Surrounding snug Driewegen, the rich verdure on the ‘Zak’ dikes and land dotted with many a monumental farm are also typical to the area.
A small church stands happily in the middle of the village, a white tile in its façade. This commemorates the 17th-century lords of Watervliet, who ordered the church be renovated. The building is one of the first churches of the Reformation to be found in Zuid-Beveland.