The Linge between Asperen and Buren

  • The Netherlands
  • Gelderland
  • West Betuwe
  • 54.47 km (Approximately 03:12 u)
  • Cycling route 134811

The Linge between Asperen and Buren

  • The Netherlands
  • Gelderland
  • West Betuwe
  • 54.47 km (Approximately 03:12 u)
  • Cycling route 134811
The river De Linge meanders like a ribbon through the Gelderland landscape. There are beautiful villages on the water, such as Beesd. Further on, Landgoed Mariënwaerdt awaits you with its many monumental buildings and natural beauty. At Farm Shop Lagerweij you can grab a terrace before cycling to Buren. You imagine yourself a few centuries back in time, so many beautiful monuments are still here. You can enjoy a delicious meal at De Pannekoekenbakker Buren before heading back to the banks of the Linge. You cycle through Buurmalsen and Geldermalsen, further on you pass the De Vlinder windmill from 1913. A little later you pass an old weapon site on the dyke and Fort Asperen and Werk on the Spoordijk. The route ends at Camping BetuweStrand Recreatie. 


# Description Distance
Camping BetuweStrand Recreatie (A Kraalweg, 4153 XC, West Betuwe, Gelderland, The Netherlands) 0.00 km
De Vrijheid (4153AV, West Betuwe, Gelderland, The Netherlands) 4.32 km
14 (4153RN, West Betuwe, Gelderland, The Netherlands) 5.18 km
54 (4157GL, West Betuwe, Gelderland, The Netherlands) 6.05 km
55 (4153RS, West Betuwe, Gelderland, The Netherlands) 6.46 km
32 (4153RZ, West Betuwe, Gelderland, The Netherlands) 9.67 km

Pause places

Camping BetuweStrand Recreatie

A Kraalweg 40
4153 XC West Betuwe

Camping BetuweStrand is located in the middle of the Betuwe, which offers you endless recreational opportunities. How about a bike ride along the Linge? A walk through the Marienwaerdt estate or a visit to the glass city of Leerdam. There is plenty to do in the area. We hope you will have a great time camping with us. We look forward to welcoming you at Camping BetuweStrand!

Boerderijwinkel Lagerweij

Rijksstraatweg 61C
4197 RL West Betuwe

Farm shop Lagerweij is a nice stopover during your bike ride through the Betuwe. Here you can have a cup of tea or coffee with homemade cake. When the weather is nice, you can sit on the terrace, otherwise you can take a seat inside in the coffee corner. The farm shop sells its own free-range eggs and gift items. You will also find a wide range of fresh regional products, including a large number with the regional brand Betuws Best. Behind the glass you can see how the chickens are scurrying around.

De Pannekoekenbakker Buren

Buitenhuizenpoort 25
4116 CA Buren

De Pannekoekenbakker Buren is a nostalgic restaurant where you can enjoy a casual meal. You will always find a pancake to your taste here: from a savory cheese pancake to a Burgundian farmer's pancake, from a firm bacon pancake to a well-filled pizza pancake. On the menu you will also find a wide choice of starters, ice cream dishes and of course coffee with cake. De Pannekoekenbakker Buren has a cozy terrace and various restaurant areas, each with its own character and atmosphere. You can book various fun packages here to complete your day out.


De Vrijheid

4153AV West Betuwe

The current mill De Vrijheid was probably built in the 18th century and restored in 1968. Before that, there was a mill on this site since the 14th century.

Huis Buren

4116CB Buren

For centuries one of the largest Dutch castles stood on the Plantsoen: Huis Buren. In this castle William of Orange married Anna van Buren-van Egmond in 1551. The castle was demolished in the years after 1804. Stones and other materials were sold to build and restore houses in the region.

Prins van Oranje

De Prins van Oranje
4116BW Buren

The most famous windmill type in the Netherlands. Windmills were not only used to produce flour from cereals, but also for draining polder areas. Natural energy. The most famous windmills can be found in Kinderdijk, really set up as a polder model. A must see!

Museum der Koninklijke Marechaussee

Museum der Koninklijke Marechaussee
4116BP Buren

Landgoed Noordenhoek

4158ES West Betuwe

Landgoed Noordenhoek is located in a meander of the Linge. Archaeological research has shown that the history of this estate dates back to the 12th century. Once there was a castle here, but the current country house that you find here dates from 1898.

Molen De Vlinder

De Vlinder
4153RR West Betuwe

De Vlinder is a windmill that was built along the Linge in 1913. In 1931 the mill was repaired after a major fire. The mill is still used to grind grain.

Wapenplaats bij Asperen

4147 BE West Betuwe

This armory near Asperen is part of the New Dutch Waterline from the nineteenth century.

Fort Asperen

Gebouw C 60
4151 BR West Betuwe

Curious about mysterious water cellars, half-hidden bunkers and overgrown depots? Get on your bike, put on your walking shoes and visit KunstFort Asperen, a monumental place where art and culture are displayed in a beautiful landscape of the New Dutch Waterline. In our Tavern - on a picturesque part of the walls - you can enjoy coffee and cake, lunch or drinks. The fort is open from mid-April to September, the Taveerne all year round, opening times can be found on the website

Werk op de Spoordijk

4151EG West Betuwe

The New Dutch Water Line had to protect Holland against external attacks. The line had some vulnerabilities. One of those weak links was the Elst-Dordrecht railway line. In order to defend this point, a small fort was built in Acquoy near the Devendijk. Very special is the still working crane bridge.

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