21052022

  • The Netherlands
  • South Holland
  • Zoetermeer
  • 32.56 km (Approximately 08:08 u)
  • Hiking route 3374276
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21052022

  • The Netherlands
  • South Holland
  • Zoetermeer
  • 32.56 km (Approximately 08:08 u)
  • Hiking route 3374276

Directions

# Description Distance
Zoetermeer, South Holland, The Netherlands 0.00 km
Camping De Drie Morgen (Leidschendamseweg, 2716 MA, Zoetermeer, South Holland, The Netherlands) 2.56 km
12
12 (2266JB, Zoetermeer, South Holland, The Netherlands) 5.24 km
59
59 (2266JB, Leidschendam-Voorburg, South Holland, The Netherlands) 6.46 km
55
55 (2266GP, Leidschendam-Voorburg, South Holland, The Netherlands) 7.67 km
54
54 (2266GP, Leidschendam-Voorburg, South Holland, The Netherlands) 7.77 km

Pause places

Camping De Drie Morgen

Leidschendamseweg 3
2716 MA Zoetermeer
http://www.dedriemorgen.nl

Camping De Drie Morgen is located on a farm with a farm shop, where fresh products are sold. The farm was originally a mixed business. It has been an arable farm since 1980. The campsite is open from April 1 to October 31. In the immediate vicinity you can enjoy the parks, especially the Westerpark and the Buytenpark. In the new city center you will find nice shops and terraces and in the old village center you can taste the atmosphere of the village of Zoetermeer. The polder landscape in this region is still the world famous open Dutch landscape. Come and enjoy!

Sights

Kasteel Ter Horst

Ter Horst 12
2252 AL Voorschoten

Castle Ter Horst was founded around 1200 by Philips, presumably a member of the Van Wassenaars. The van Wassenaar family remained the owner of Ter Horst for a long time, because it was only after 1500, through an heiress, transferred to the De Ligne family. A century later, a Van Duivenvoorde became the owner of Ter Horst. Then it passed into the hands of several successive families.

Koninklijke Landgoederen De Horsten

Raaphorst
2245AD Wassenaar

The "Koninklijke Landgoederen de Horsten" have been together for more than 150 years and are 415 ha. They are the property of Princess Beatrix. De Horsten was created when Prince Frederik of the Netherlands bought and merged the three separate estates "Ter Horst", "Raaphorst" and "Eikenhorst" between 1836 and 1845 . (a Horst is a higher piece of (sandy) soil, whether or not planted or surrounded by trees)

Provided by:

Petra, Zuid-Holland