2014 tour Meerseldreef from gilze

  • The Netherlands
  • North Brabant
  • Gilze en Rijen
  • 38.73 km (Approximately 02:16 u)
  • Cycling route 177689
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2014 tour Meerseldreef from gilze

  • The Netherlands
  • North Brabant
  • Gilze en Rijen
  • 38.73 km (Approximately 02:16 u)
  • Cycling route 177689
nice starting point at eatery den Brooij in Gilze, cycling through the Ulvenhoutse woods along the river Mark to the abbey in Meerseldreef, where a nice resting point with the fathers, then along a different route back to the starting point where it is pleasant to sit on the terrace at eatery den Brooij. total 40 km

Directions

# Description Distance
58
58 (5126NE, Gilze en Rijen, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 0.00 km
30
30 (Hoogstraat, 5126NR, Gilze en Rijen, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 1.64 km
28
28 (Bavelseweg, 5124PX, Gilze en Rijen, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 4.96 km
29
29 (4859AC, Gilze en Rijen, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 6.35 km
37
37 (4859AC, Gilze en Rijen, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 6.47 km
97
97 (4854PP, Alphen-Chaam, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 7.54 km

Pause places

De Zevenster "Bij de Paters"

Dreef
2328 Hoogstraten
http://www.zevensterbijdepaters.be

In the tavern "Bij de Paters" in Meersel-Dreef you will find a menu with, among other things, various sandwiches and invigorating drinks. The business is an excellent resting point for residents of the area, but also for tourists, such as cyclists. It is not for nothing that the park opposite De Zewindow "Bij de Paters" is known as "the Lourdes of the Noorderkempen". At tavern "Bij de Paters" you can enjoy the sun on two different terraces. There are 40 seats on our front terrace. At the back there is room for 150 people. De ZeWindows is also very popular with children because of our large playground. You can easily keep an eye on the apples of your eye from the terrace. When visiting the tavern it is easy to find parking. Both passenger cars and buses can use the large parking lot. Finally, we have a bicycle charging point for electrically powered bicycles.

Sights

Provided by:

Freek Kettner, Noord-Brabant