A bit of France, a bit of Scandinavia, and a bit of Bavaria: Limburg has a wide variety of landscapes and culture. You can find everything from hills with stream valleys, moorlands and picturesque villages to ancient castles, historic cities and modern architecture. There are also countless walking and hiking trails on which you can discover the Limburg landscape. Both in the flat north and the hilly south, you can enjoy the serenity, relaxation, and perfect holiday feeling that Limburg offers.
The Netherlands' most southern province is the ideal location for amateur cyclists. You're sure to find a route to tempt you, whether you're looking for a comfortable bicycle trip through the flat landscape of North Limburg and Central Limburg past picturesque villages and the Meuse and Peel rivers, or you want the hillier landscape of South Limburg. Limburg can offer the perfect route for every cyclist, no matter your interests or condition.
There are plenty of places to climb in Limburg. You can go to one of the climbing parks to test your courage and sense of adventure. Whether you want to climb in a forest, in an underground cave, or indoors, there's lots of climbing fun for young and old.
The River Maas and its relationship to watersports needs no introduction. Equally interesting are the Maasplassen, a vast, interconnected network of large and small lakes, formed by gravel extraction. With an area of over 3000 acres it is the largest contiguous watersports area in the Netherlands