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

Keep an eye on this page! 

Limburg is a province with a strong cultural, historical and landscape character and is the only Dutch province to have a border with two foreign countries. The province has various nature reserves and water landscapes. That variation is nice, because it allows you to discover new areas and visit nature on a regional scale every week! According to The Nature Pyramid, this is very important to stay healthy. Limburg also borders on North Brabant, Gelderland, the Belgian Liège and Limburg and the German North Rhine-Westphalia. This way you can also discover nature in another province every month.

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To undertake activities or visit excursions, you can take a look at the website . There are several joint walks and anniversary routes that you can walk individually.

You can also register as a volunteer via this site to roll up your sleeves yourself ( ). There are 4 types of volunteers:

  • Repairers carry out maintenance on natural areas, gardens and buildings. For example, they prune trees or help collect waste.

  • Narrators are nature guides, mill guides or youth guides and they know a lot about the landscape and heritage to tell visitors.

  • Counters help collect information about flora and fauna.

  • Team members of Kasteeltuinen Arcen tell about the history of the castle, maintain the gardens or show visitors the most beautiful places in the gardens.

You can also find the most beautiful walking routes in South Limburg on the website . cultural routes and routes through nature reserves.

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 Limburg nature reserve. There are various walking routes in North Limburg or Central Limburg, sights such as the Leumolen or the Sint Ludwig chapel in Central Limburg or the Genneperhuis in North Limburg and recreational opportunities in Buitencentrum De Pelen in De Groote Peel National Park.

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