The marl town of Valkenburg is located along the fast-flowing river Geul in the heart of the South Limburg National Landscape. The gently sloping landscape is impressively decorated by centuries-old castles and fortresses, golden-yellow colored marlstone cliffs, hawthorn hedges, terraced slopes and hollow roads. Coarse pine and beech forests stand on the flanks of the hills and willow and poplar groves flourish along the banks of the many meandering streams. Nostalgic villages with half-timbered houses are sleeping between green meadows and flowering orchards. It is not surprising that this unique landscape around Valkenburg has been rated five stars!
A lush river nature in the largest connected water sports area of the Netherlands: De Maasplassen.
Enjoy the forests, heathlands, fens and river dunes in the National Park De Maasduinen along the banks of the river Maas.
A versatile landscape with sand drifts, country estates, old peat pits and forests with heath and fens.
A rare terraced landscape with winding streams, lush stream valleys, quiet fens, vast forest areas and colorful heathlands.
A colorful landscape with typical parabola dunes, river meadows, extensive pine and deciduous forests, moors and fens, crop fields and stream valleys with humid forests.
Lush stream valleys with historic castles, old half-timbered farms, water mills and orchards in a colorful sloping landscape.
A picturesque landscape with heathlands, sand dunes, fens, forests, marshes, stream valleys and deep quarries.