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The province of Flevoland is not yet participating in Samen Blokje Omdenk (Together Block Thinking).

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Flevoland is the newest and smallest province of the Netherlands and was created after parts of the former Zuiderzee were drained. The province is surrounded by water and has many polder landscapes. The province has good connections with North Holland, Overijssel, Gelderland and Friesland, which makes it possible to visit nature reserves in other provinces every month. According to The Nature Pyramid, this is important to stay healthy. There is also plenty to do on a regional scale; the variation in landscapes makes Flevoland an interesting nature reserve.

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For various fun activities, you can take a look at the website of Het Flevo-Landscape ( Activities in the Flevo-Landscape: Activities and events are scheduled throughout the year - The Flevo-Landscape ). There are several walking routes through the province where you will encounter all kinds of landscapes; from swamp landscape to ponds and from forest and grass paths to meadows. You can also find a handy overview of all nature reserves on this website and click on them to obtain further information ( Nature reserves - The Flevo landscape ).


For various walking routes you can visit the Flevoland Landscape Management site ( Routes in Flevoland - Landscape Management Flevoland ). There are both interactive and individual walks to do.

You can also visit the website The most beautiful walking routes in Flevoland for both city and nature walks.

State Forestry

On the website of the Staatsbosbeheer ( Nature Reserves of Staatsbosbeheer ) you can find information about activities, walking routes and places of interest for each Flevoland nature reserve. There are various walking routes in Dorpsbossen Dronten and urban forests Lelystad and Almere, sights such as viewpoints in the Horsterwold and Oostvaardersplassen or archaeological finds in the Hulkesteinse Bos and recreational opportunities in the Kuinderbos or the Roggebotzand.

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