28 Feb 2024

Multi-Million Investment for Plopsa Village Enters Final Phase

Multi-Million Investment for Plopsa Village Enters Final Phase

(eap) Following the takeover of the campsite in 2016 and the opening of the Plopsa Hotel in 2021, Plopsa De Panne is positioning itself as the ultimate multi-day experience destination on the Belgian coast with a 23.5 million investment in 55 villas – which will also be moderately themed. “A neutral Anglo-Norman cottage style was deliberately chosen. In this way, we want to meet the needs of the largest possible target group (families, groups of friends, companies, etc.) and distinguish Plopsa Village from the already heavily themed rooms and chalets at Plopsa Hotel and Plopsa Camping. However, Plopsa lovers should not worry: there will still be plenty of references to the Studio100 characters and the Plopsa parks,” says CEO Carl Lenaerts.

The final phase of work on the 55 new villas has just begun. Following the opening of the Plopsa campsite and the Plopsa Hotel, this is the icing on the cake, so to speak, for Plopsa De Panne to finally make its mark as a resort and become a leading destination. Here, guests will be able to enjoy a comprehensive holiday experience with a wide range of amenities and leisure facilities. “With the completion of these villas, we can now finally offer an unforgettable multi-day experience on the Belgian coast, combined with a visit to Plopsaland and Plopsaqua De Panne,” says Lenaerts. The 55 villas will be divided into six different house types, in which groups of six to twelve people can stay. The first villas are due to be ready for occupancy on 21 December 2024 – although online bookings will be possible from the end of March. ■


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