Cycling in Hulst, Zeeland, The Netherlands
Cycling route 752569
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In the sparsely populated Zeeland-Flemish polder it is wonderfully quiet cycling. Here you have wide views, from afar you can already see the church towers of a village on the horizon. Hop van Hulst across the border!
St. Willibrord's Basilica
You start just outside Hulst, at Farm Shop Schout. You will soon find yourself within the old fortress walls of Hulst. There is much to see in this beautiful old town, such as the fifteenth-century Basilica of St. Willibrord - one of the most beautiful churches in the Netherlands. On the Grote Markt you will see several centuries-old buildings, such as the beautiful Gothic town hall from 1534. You will also pass the Stadsmolen, a flour mill from 1792.
There is also a special church in Graauw, although it is mainly the clock that makes it so special. The bell of the church of the drowned village of Namur hangs in the tower. It was made in Amsterdam in 1664 by the brothers François and Pierre Hémony - the most famous clockmakers of the Golden Age. Further on you drive a bit further along the Graauwse Kreek, a nature reserve rich in birds. How nice and quiet it is here!
Below you will find various suggestions for breaks that you can visit during your route. These are divided into different categories, making it easy for you to choose.
|Boerderijwinkel Schout (Absdaalseweg, 4561 RE, Hulst, Zeeland, The Netherlands)||0.00 km|
|52 (4561GB, Hulst, Zeeland, The Netherlands)||2.52 km|
|49 (Grote Markt, 4561EB, Hulst, Zeeland, The Netherlands)||3.02 km|
|47 (Tivoliweg, 4561HL, Hulst, Zeeland, The Netherlands)||3.75 km|
|46 (Hulst, Zeeland, The Netherlands)||5.81 km|
|57 (4584RP, Hulst, Zeeland, The Netherlands)||10.17 km|