South Limburg is best known for its rolling landscape with extensive meadows, hillside forests, orchards, half-timbered farms and hollow roads. The babbling rivers Geul and Gulp meander through the hills in a natural way. The lush stream valleys with countless historical buildings such as castles, farms, monasteries and water mills merge seamlessly into the green hilly landscape. From the Vaalserberg with the highest point in the Netherlands, you have fantastic views over the beautiful nature reserves and the idyllic villages and hamlets in the area. Nearby the Drielandenpunt that marks the border with the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.