Two walks of 6k or 13k around Flanders’ largest man-made lake, the Schulensmeer in Limburg province.
A 23 km walk that passes orchards, a wind farm, a couple of interesting museums and a nature reserve.
This literally open air steel sculpture is a fascinating and thought-provoking work of art
After visiting Grand Commandery Aldem Biesen, it’s time to take a circular walk and discover the surroundings.
The Grand Commandery Alden Biesen is one of the most imposing castle estates in Belgium.
Explore the heaths, ponds and woods of De Maten nature reserve in Limburg.
The ideal combination. Orchards. Blossoms. Fresh air. Country smells. A bike! Oh, and a picnic!
Enjoy the autumn colours in Flanders by walking in these woods
Three cycle rides through the spectacular flowering fruit orchards of the Haspengouw
Three walks through the Belgian National Park. Choose any one, or mix and match depending on the time you have available.
There are five entry points to the Hoge Kempen National Park. From these you can walk or cycle through this area of natural beauty.
A super 87 km cycle ride through the peaceful, attractive woods and fields in between Diest, Beringen and Tessenderlo, and including the Valley of the Zwarte Beek.
A cycle ride is the perfect way to see the full extent of the Haspengouw fruit orchards – looking particularly fruitful at this time of the year!
A highly enjoyable museum to visit – especially with football-crazy kids! But you don’t have to be a football fan to enjoy this museum. It’s located in FC Genk’s stadium, and heavily features the club’s history. You can even dress up as a Genk supporter!
For such a lovely, peaceful and bucolic area of Belgium, Voeren has quite a stormy past. Discover the history of Voeren.