Tour of Weert and Peel from Nederweert

  • The Netherlands
  • Limburg
  • Nederweert
  • 60.28 km (Approximately 03:32 u)
  • Cycling route 348447
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Tour of Weert and Peel from Nederweert

  • The Netherlands
  • Limburg
  • Nederweert
  • 60.28 km (Approximately 03:32 u)
  • Cycling route 348447
After a cup of coffee - or of course an ice cream! - you get on your bike at Ice Cream Parlor Florence. First of all, this route takes you in a large circle around De Groote Peel National Park, a raised moor area where peat was formerly extracted. It is the only remnant of the large raised bog that used to form the border between Limburg and Brabant. When you have almost returned to Nederweert, you will cycle past the De Korenbloem windmill from 1870. Nederweert is a pleasant village in the Limburg Peelland. Originally Nederweert was part of Weert, where you can also cycle past. In the 14th century, these two places were separated. It used to be part of the Prince-Bishopric of Liège. Only at the beginning of the 19th century did Nederweert become part of the Netherlands.

Directions

# Description Distance
IJssalon Florence (Brugstraat, 6031 EE, Nederweert, Limburg, The Netherlands) 0.00 km
1
1 (6031NL, Nederweert, Limburg, The Netherlands) 3.89 km
94
94 (6035RC, Asten, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 10.47 km
70
70 (5725TN, Asten, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 14.51 km
87
87 (Meijelseweg, 5725BA, Asten, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 15.70 km
45
45 (5725RW, Asten, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 19.54 km

Pause places

IJssalon Florence

Brugstraat 23
6031 EE Nederweert
http://www.ijssalonflorence.nl

Ice cream parlor Florence is an ice cream parlor in the heart of Nederweert in Limburg, close to Weert and the A2. SVH master ice cream maker Marcel Janssen has been making traditional artisanal ice cream since 1984. The ice cream parlor has now been named Ice Cream Parlor of the Year no fewer than four times and the coupes by hostess Marjo Janssen have also been awarded several times. Literally a wonderful base for your walking and cycling routes through the beautiful surroundings! Discover National Park De Groote Peel, for example, or take a beautiful route through the Weerterbos with its red deer. You can take a nice walk to Limburg's open-air museum Eynderhoof.

Mini Camping De Riet

De Riet 8
6034 RM Nederweert
http://www.minicampingderiet.nl

Minicamping'De Riet\\\' is a sheltered garden campsite on the Oeverland cycle route (LF7). There is a heated bad weather accommodation at the mini campsite. De Grote Peel National Park is 9 km away. You will find the campsite 5 km east of Nederweert (the village of Eind). A nice cycling and walking environment! If you want to see a lot for a traditional low price, you will of course come to the most beautiful place in Limburg and the Netherlands: the Limburg Open Air Museum Eynderhoof, within walking distance. You can also come to this campsite to rest during a cycling or walking route on the terrace or in the cafe!

Mini Camping De Riet

De Riet 8
6034 RM Nederweert
http://www.minicampingderiet.nl

Minicamping'De Riet\\\' is a sheltered garden campsite on the Oeverland cycle route (LF7). There is a heated bad weather accommodation at the mini campsite. De Grote Peel National Park is 9 km away. You will find the campsite 5 km east of Nederweert (the village of Eind). A nice cycling and walking environment! If you want to see a lot for a traditional low price, you will of course come to the most beautiful place in Limburg and the Netherlands: the Limburg Open Air Museum Eynderhoof, within walking distance. You can also come to this campsite to rest during a cycling or walking route on the terrace or in the cafe!

Restaurant Diverso

Brugstraat 44
6031 EG Nederweert
http://www.restaurantdiverso.nl

At Restaurant Diverso in Nederweert you can immediately sense that the owners are lovers of the food and drinks from Southern Europe. It is not for nothing that they have chosen the Mediterranean cuisine. You see a lot of Italian dishes on the menu, because they simply cannot ignore it. In the Brugstraat (at number 44) you will find the restaurant in the old characteristic building from 1857. The terrace is beautiful. When the weather is nice, the Mediterranean garden and old trees provide a moment to relax and dream away. From here you can cycle to the Groote Peel or the Weerterbos in no time!

Sights

Molen De Korenbloem


6035AV Nederweert
http://www.allemolens.nl

This flour mill was built in 1870. A year later a miller's house was added. The mill has had different owners over the centuries. At the beginning of the 20th century, the miller at the time placed a grinding chair with a petrol engine in the mill as an auxiliary pumping station. Furthermore, the mill was continuously improved to make grinding even easier. For example, in 1935 Dekker blades were installed to make the mill more streamlined. In 1930 the company was expanded with a warehouse to increase the trade in grain, animal feed and fertilizers. In 1944 the mill was damaged in the war. The rod, the hood and the grinding loft were damaged. Shortly after the liberation, the mill was restored to its former glory. The mill was used for milling until 1948, but then the mill came to a halt. In 1972 the mill was bought by the municipality to prevent further deterioration of the mill. In 1990 the mill was put back into use.

St. Antoniusmolen

Sint-Antonius
6003NR Weert
http://www.allemolens.nl

In the flat countryside between Weert and Nederweert you will find the St. Antoniusmolen. This belt gristmill was built in 1904. In 1954 the mill was severely damaged by a severe storm, but the mill was then restored. Until 1970 professional miller Janus de Wild ground this mill. Just like the other Weerter mills, a lot of baking rye was ground on this mill. However, the self-baking and consumption of rye bread and wheat bread decreased as prosperity increased. People got more money and often switched to white bread. In the end, even manufacturing animal feed was no longer profitable. The mill was shut down and only trade was conducted. Only Janus de Wild kept the mill running from time to time. Years of standstill and decay followed, with minor restoration here and there. Today the mill is privately owned and the owners are busy restoring the mill and making it turnable again.

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