Balkbrug, Nieuwleusen, Dalfsen, Oudleusen Balkbrug used to be known for the power train connections that used to pass here because it was a junction of lines. The name originated from the beam that lay under a bridge over the Dedemsvaart. This was to prevent ships with too great a draft from passing. You can enjoy cycling in the area and there are special drop-off moments such as a vineyard and the Museum Paltehof. Along the way you can take a 'organic' bottle of wine from the Reestlandhoeve, or take a piece of meat or seasonal vegetables from Landjuweel De Hoeven.
Route offered by: Fietsnetwerk.nl
The manor house Ruitenborgh, located in the neighborhood of Ankum, was first mentioned in 1328 as castle (castrum) Rutenberghe. Until 1545 it was the seat of the noble family Van Rutenberg. In 1821, the former manor was sold for demolition.
The most famous windmill type in the Netherlands. Windmills were not only used to produce flour from cereals, but also for draining polder areas. Natural energy. The most famous windmills can be found in Kinderdijk, which are truly arranged as a polder model. A must see!
The most famous windmill type in the Netherlands. Windmills were used not only to produce flour from cereals, but also to reclaim polder areas. Natural energy. The most famous windmills can be found in Kinderdijk, really set up as a polder model. A must see!