The Sneekermeer route leads you along very beautiful locations and villages around Sneek. You will of course cycle along the Sneekermeer, but also over the old inner dike of the former Middelzee and through villages such as Terherne and Joure, and the twin villages of Oppenhuizen and Uitwellingerga (Top and Twel).
Before you start the cycling route around the Sneekermeer, it is well worth a visit to the Fries Scheepvaart Museum in Sneek. The Fries Scheepvaart Museum is a versatile museum about the history of Frisian shipping from the 17th to the 20th century. In addition to much of the Frisian shipping and shipbuilding industry, the museum provides a picture of water sports from the 19th and 20th centuries and of the living and living culture of merchants and skippers from Sneek and the Frisian Southwest corner. Open: Mon - Sat 10am - 5pm and Sun 12pm - 5pm.
When you arrive in Terherne, a visit to the Chameleon Village Terherne is definitely worth it. The village of Terherne is best known as Kameleondorp. The place where all the adventures of Hielke and Sietse Klinkhamer from the Chameleon books take place.
Museum Joure is located at the Geelgieterstraat 1-11 in the center of Joure. It consists of the Johannes Hessel House, the Kofjehus, the Egbert Douweshuske (birth house of Egbert Douwes, the founder of the Douwe Egberts concern) and much more. Open: Tues to Fri 10am-5pm and Sat/Sun and Mon 2pm-5pm. This cycling route is offered to you by VVV Waterland van Friesland. For more information about this region, go to www.waterlandvanfriesland.nl