Around Nijmegen, the Heumensoord is ready to be explored by bike, together with the Ooypolder. This is a water catchment area where mixed forests have also been created for recreational purposes. There are also heathlands and grasslands that provide the necessary variety. Yellowhammer, nightjar and long-eared owl reside among the trees. At the foot of the green giants there are about fifty different types of mushrooms, so take your guide with you so that you can look for the different types during your tour. Experience more culture? In order to also meet cultural needs, Museum Orientalis has been included in the route. The museum is located in the wooded and hilly area and contains various villages, squares, city streets, fields and oriental plants and animals. This museum park pays attention to the backgrounds and traditions of the three largest religions that found their origin in the Orient: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The art of brewing beer. It is also fun and educational to come and take a look at the Graaf van Heumen brewery at Landgoed Bergzicht on a Sunday afternoon. The history of the estate dates back to 1814, when the brewery was established. The beer brewed here was even exported to Hong Kong and Java, when the brewery was the largest in Gelderland around 1950. You can also make cycling route 147928 from Landgoed Bergzicht, so after a refreshing beer or a snack and a drink, get back on your bike to make that trip too.
|6582AB, Heumen, Gelderland, The Netherlands||0.00 km|
|50 (Spijkerweg, 6584AB, Mook en Middelaar, Limburg, The Netherlands)||1.04 km|
|35 (6582AG, Heumen, Gelderland, The Netherlands)||2.45 km|
|36 (6581HA, Heumen, Gelderland, The Netherlands)||3.97 km|
|34 (6581NA, Heumen, Gelderland, The Netherlands)||5.40 km|
|11 (6581KN, Nijmegen, Gelderland, The Netherlands)||8.44 km|