Whether you’re a novice or an experienced diver, Grevelingen Lake is a wondrous underwater world and a diving hotspot. It is the the largest saltwater lake in Western Europe, and has gentle currents that allow clay and sand particulates to sink to the bottom of the lake. This makes the waters especially clear and great for spotting anemones, goby, and common slipper limpet to eel, rock gunnel and herring. If you’ve never been diving before, that’s no problem either. Grevelingen Lake is the perfect place for getting acquainted with diving in the underwater world of the Zeeland Delta.