Steenbergen received its city rights in 1272 and has a surprising historic heart. Outside the center it is also a good place to be in nature reserves with mudflats, creeks, gullies and a lot of rough vegetation. Like Bergen op Zoom, Steenbergen is part of the West Brabant Waterline and thus the Zuiderwaterlinie.
The Zuiderwaterlinie is the oldest, longest and most used of all Dutch waterlines. A unique chain of 11 fortified towns and their surroundings, linked by the typical Dutch story of defending by water. From Bergen op Zoom to Grave you will now find Brabant cosiness against the backdrop of a rich history. Enjoy the cozy historic fortified towns, visit the sturdy fortresses or relax in the special nature.
The Zuiderwaterlinie hiking trail has been plotted over the Brabant hiking junction system. The walking route is recognizable by the green-and-yellow signage with the Zuiderwaterlinie symbol. The total length of the hiking trail is 290 kilometers, but you can also choose to walk shorter partial routes.
|Startpunt Etappe 2 (4614PV, Roosendaal, North Brabant, The Netherlands)||0.00 km|
|60 (4614PV, Roosendaal, North Brabant, The Netherlands)||0.27 km|
|Inundatiegebied Het Laag (Halsters Laag, 4614PA, Bergen op Zoom, North Brabant, The Netherlands)||0.71 km|
|63 (Halsters Laag, 4664RW, Bergen op Zoom, North Brabant, The Netherlands)||0.78 km|
|60 (Laagweg, 4614PV, Roosendaal, Noord-Brabant, Nederland)||1.15 km|
|8 (De Dassenplas, 4614PV, Roosendaal, Noord-Brabant, Nederland)||2.03 km|
Halsters Laag 5
4614PA Bergen op Zoom