Maasheggen - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
The Maasheggen are a landscape and a chain of nature reserves on the Meuse between the Noord-Brabant town of Vierlingsbeek and Batenburg in Gelderland. There is no area in Europe where nature, landscape, economy and culture are so visibly intertwined with such an impressive history. As a result, the Maasheggen has been granted the status of UNESCO Man & Biosphere. The only one in the Netherlands with this unique title.
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Aqua Mundo Het Heijderbos
4.97km from Maasheggen
The Heijderbos is a bungalow park in Heijen in Dutch Limburg . The park is operated by Center Parcs. The park is the first Center Parcs park to have a wild water course in the subtropical swimming paradise. The bungalow park was renovated in 1987. For example, the park center was covered. This park has the fastest whitewater course in all of Center Parcs. The Jungle Dome of the Heijderbos has a partnership with the World Wildlife Fund.
7.06km from Maasheggen
ZooParc Overloon is a zoo located in the North Brabant village of Overloon .The animal enclosures are furnished in a way that mimics nature. A number of lodgings are accessible to visitors. The botanical garden , which has been open since 1986 and which had a special collection of herbs, closed in 2014. Like the butterfly garden, this garden had to make way for housing.
Overloon War Museum
7.22km from Maasheggen
The Overloon War Museum is located in Overloon, Netherlands. The museum is set in 14 hectares of woodland. A feature of the museum is the large number of military vehicles and equipment on display, both German and Allied. For years these have been kept in the open air, but have recently been moved indoors in order to help preserve them. Many of the exhibited vehicles took part in the Battle of Overloon.
8.59km from Maasheggen
The Reindersmeer is a dug lake in the Limburg municipality of Bergen. It has been managed by the municipality of Bergen since 2001 and has been part of the Maasduinen Park ever since. To prevent the surrounding agricultural land from drying out, a lock has been constructed in the canal between the Reindersmeer and Leukermeer. At least 22,500 ships carrying sand and gravel have sailed through the canal.
National Park De Maasduinen
8.63km from Maasheggen
National Park De Maasduinen is located in the north of Limburg province, between the Maas and the border with Germany. De Maasduinen National Park is unique because the longest river dune belt in the Netherlands is located in this area. These are the result of a combination of water, wind and humans over the centuries. This has created a beautiful nature reserve. Among other things, its size makes this area perfect for holidays & recreation.
12.88km from Maasheggen
The Mookerplas is a recreation area in the Dutch Limburg municipality of Mook en Middelaar. The area is 100 hectares and is located east of the river Maas. There is a large sandy beach with a large sunbathing lawn and there is also a smaller surfing beach and a meadow where small boats can moor.
Discover More Attractions in North Brabant, Home of Maasheggen
North Brabant is a province in the south of the Netherlands. North Brabant is a haven for nature lovers. Its picturesque landscape features small historic villages, windmills and stunning castles such as Heeze, Heezwijk and Gemmert. For a change of scenery, travelers can visit Eindhoven. This industrial city features a number of art galleries and museums, such as Van Abbemuseum.