Around the woods of Boerskotten

  • Germany
  • Lower Saxony
  • Bad Bentheim
  • 51.40 km (Approximately 03:01 u)
  • Cycling route 115150
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Around the woods of Boerskotten

  • Germany
  • Lower Saxony
  • Bad Bentheim
  • 51.40 km (Approximately 03:01 u)
  • Cycling route 115150
Discover the Boerskotten forest area, a beautiful natural forest with small meadows, hedgerows and fields with herbs. Dead trees are left, so that mushrooms, mosses and plants grow on them. Thanks to wildlife tunnels and an ecoduct, the animals are not hindered in their passage through the A1. The Hague forest used to be a production forest, through the work of Natuurmonumenten it has been transformed into a more natural forest with more deciduous trees. There are no fewer than 5 species of woodpeckers! The Lonneker Molen was built in the years 1850-1851 as a belt mill, it is the only Dutch brick mill with a brick hull covered with reed. The Arboretum Poortbulten is laid out in a park-like manner with approximately 2,500 indigenous and exotic trees and shrubs. In Losser, also get off at Restaurant De Oude Apotheek!

Pause places

Restaurant De Oude Apotheek

De Oude Apotheek 4
7581AH Losser
http://www.oude-apotheek.nl

Restaurant De Oude Apotheek is located in a historic building in Losser. The ideal environment for a cozy lunch, dinner or a coffee break. Take a seat by the fireplace with an open fire to warm up or sit down at a table in the restaurant or in the sun-drenched courtyard garden. Immediately take a well-filled Smikkeltas with you, with a nice route, coffee to go and a delicious lunch for two people. In the vicinity of Losser you can take beautiful cross-border walks and bike rides that take you to the nature reserves in Germany.

Sights

Lonnekermolen

82
7525 PC Enschede
http://www.allemolens.nl

This mill was built here in 1851 as a replacement for an old mill that burned down in 1847. At the beginning of the 20th century, the mill fell into disrepair, but after the First World War, the mill was restored. After that, the mill was refurbished several times to keep the mill running smoothly.

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