The landscape south of Breda was largely arised by nobles who planted a lot of trees in the 16th century. The area has the most impressive and oldest forests in the surroundings and is interspersed with heathlands, peat bogs, forest meadows and fens. The Burgundian life here is further emphasized by the many estates, stately avenues and winding streams. But also the beautiful views along the meandering brook De Mark, the Chaamse Forests and the largest summer oak forest of the Netherlands contribute to a beautiful green and park-like environment in the extensive nature area of the Baronie van Breda.
Cycling around Chaam
A historic landscape with impressive forests, moors, peat bogs and meandering streams