The National Park de Loonse and Drunense Duinen is a vast nature reserve of over 8,600 acres and lies between the cities of Tilburg, Waalwijk and 's-Hertogenbosch. In the Loonse en Drunense Duinen you will find mostly dry areas with coniferous forest, heathland and lots of sand, but also the humid areas of the extensive stream valley landscape of the Zandleij is part of it. It is one of the largest drift sand areas in Western Europe and is also called the Brabant Sahara. The area still has about 7,400 acres of shifting sands that can blow around undisturbed. The blowing sand continuously creates wonderful metamorphoses in the very open landscape.
A very attractive and varied landscape with a large uninterrupted forest, heath, sand drifts, fields and meadows.
A vast nature with endless forests, lively streams, lilac colored moors, flowering fields and picturesque villages.
An impressive natural and cultural landscape with forests and moors, sand dunes, fens, meadows and winding streams.
An almost untouched nature in a very varied landscape with several cultural-historical monuments.
An impressive and bird-rich marsh landscape with ponds, heathlands, sand ridges, birch forests and open plains.
Enjoy the National Park Loonse en Drunense Duinen with vast sand dunes, forests and heathlands.
A historic landscape with impressive forests, moors, peat bogs and meandering streams.
The largest freshwater tidal area in Europe consists of a rugged landscape with a labyrinth of rivers, overgrown islands, swamp forests and meandering creeks.
A surprisingly beautiful landscape with forests, heathland, sand dunes, polders and fresh and salt water areas.