Cycling route Castles and Estates Along the Maas 52 km this Place from Maassluis total return 295 km

  • The Netherlands
  • South Holland
  • Maassluis
  • 294.63 km (Approximately 17:19 u)
  • Cycling route 2662054
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Cycling route Castles and Estates Along the Maas 52 km this Place from Maassluis total return 295 km

  • The Netherlands
  • South Holland
  • Maassluis
  • 294.63 km (Approximately 17:19 u)
  • Cycling route 2662054

Directions

# Description Distance
Kerkplein, Maassluis, South Holland, The Netherlands 0.00 km
3
3 (Mars en Wijthdijk, 5361CS, Grave, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 120.65 km
4
4 (5361, Grave, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 122.16 km
80
80 (5363SX, Grave, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 126.80 km
5
5 (Tweehuizerweg, 5363SH, Grave, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 127.95 km
81
81 (5364NE, Grave, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 129.17 km

Pause places

Wandel- en fietsterras de Dolfijn

Kanaalweg 14
6585 AX Mook en Middelaar
http://www.dolfijn-mook.nl

The Dolfijn walking and cycling terrace is hidden between water and land, on the edge of Mook. Take a nice walk or bike ride along the Maas, through the Mookerheide or over the Sint-Jansberg. And then settle down on the terrace of the Dolphin. Here you have a beautiful view over the Mookerplas, while you enjoy your coffee, lunch or dinner. An ideal way to replenish your energy supply after an active day in the open air. Do you like a picnic basket or a barbecue at De Dolfijn? Then book in advance.

Sights

De Hoop (romp/restant)

De Hoop
5437BJ Cuijk
http://www.allemolens.nl

This mill was used for a time as a bark mill for tanneries in Cuijk and later on it was switched to grinding grain. Around 1970 a fire broke out in the mill hull.

Jachtslot de Mookerheide

Jachtslot De Mookerheide
6584CL Mook en Middelaar

The Jachtslot de Mookerheide estate is a special place with great cultural-historical value. The estate, designated a protected national monument since 2001, consists of a hunting lodge surrounded by a park and gardens.

Zeldenrust

Zeldenrust
6611AT Heumen
http://www.allemolens.nl

An original grain mill in Overasselt, it was built in Geertruidenberg in 1736 and later moved to Raamsdonksveer until it was rebuilt in Overasselt in 1890. In November 1972, the mill was largely destroyed by a storm, but in 1982 the mill was completely rebuilt on its current site.

Kroonwerk Coehoorn

Kleefse Veerstraat
6582 AA Heumen
https://www.zuiderwaterlinie.nl/11-vestingsteden/forten-in-nederland/kroonwerk-coehoorn

The famous fortress builder Menno van Coehoorn constructed the Kroonwerk Coehoorn around 1700 in the Nederasselt floodplains to defend Grave. There was a moat around the crown work, and a pontoon bridge was built over the Maas. The crownwork replaced older, smaller defenses. Such as the lunette Verloren Cost that the Spaniards built there in 1586, and a hornwork by the Staatsen. During the last century, space had to be created for shipping on the Maas. This caused a lot of damage to the crown work. Fortunately, you can still clearly see the contours of the building: there are shrubs exactly where the crownwork used to be.

Maasmolen


Heumen
http://www.allemolens.nl

The Maasmolen is a flour mill that was built in Nederasselt in 1741. The mill served as a replacement for an older mill that was washed away in a dike breach.

Regenboogbrug naar Grave

Graafseweg
6612 AR Heumen

This striking Rainbow Bridge to Grave is named after John S. Thompson, who captured the bridge on September 17, 1944 during Operation Market Garden. The colors are intended to make the transition between the Brabant and Gelderland border look like a rainbow.

Provided by:

Emmanuel