Adinkerke ( French: Adinkerque) is a village in the municipality of De Panne in western Belgium close to the French border. It forms a conurbation with the coastal town of De Panne, which in turn is part of the west Belgian coastal conurbation.
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There it borders France, making it the westernmost town in Belgium. It is one of the most popular resort town destinations within Belgium. The municipality includes the village of Adinkerke . On 1 January 2011 De Panne had a total population of 10,748 on a total area of 23.90 km², which gives a population density of 449.7 inhabitants per km².
Adinkerke is a village of Flanders, Provincie West-Vlaanderen, Arrondissement Veurne, in Belgium (BE). Also called Adinkerke, its latitude is 51.0740900, and longitude 2.5991400. Considered best destination for theme parks, amusement parks, adventure parks, water parks, playgrounds, parks around Belgium. .
Adinkerke Military Cemetery contains 168 Commonwealth burials of the First World War, and 55 from the Second World War. Soldiers of the Russian Army are also buried here, as are 142 Czech, Slovak and German soldiers, and there is one grave of a member of the Egyptian Labour Corps. There is also a Cross of Sacrifice within the cemetery.
Over the years, it became one of the biggest attractions in Belgium as Antwerp Zoo and Caves of Han-sur-Lesse . Into the 1970s and the 1980s, with a growing variety of rides, Meli Park's visitor numbers reached 700,000 per annum.  Its icon attraction was the Apirama dark ride, opened in 1979, featuring hundreds of animated bees.