Maas route part 6

  • The Netherlands
  • Limburg
  • Stein
  • 71.89 km (Approximately 04:13 u)
  • Cycling route 797746

Maas route part 6

  • The Netherlands
  • Limburg
  • Stein
  • 71.89 km (Approximately 04:13 u)
  • Cycling route 797746


# Description Distance
Kasteel Elsloo (Kasteel Elsloo, 6181GV, Stein, Limburg, The Netherlands) 0.00 km
45 (6181GS, Stein, Limburg, The Netherlands) 0.73 km
52 (Schoorstraat, 3631, Maasmechelen, Flanders, Belgium) 7.18 km
53 (Pastoor Goossenslaan, 3631, Maasmechelen, Flanders, Belgium) 9.21 km
58 (3631, Maasmechelen, Flanders, Belgium) 9.97 km
559 (3620, Lanaken, Flanders, Belgium) 11.89 km

Pause places

Eetcafé Bijzonder

Luikerweg 33
6212 ET Maastricht

Eetcafe Bijzonder is located right at the foot of the Pietersberg. It is therefore the ideal starting point to explore a surprising part of Maastricht as well as the beautiful nature just outside it. Be surprised by the beautiful decor and enjoy delicious meals that you can enjoy here.


Kasteel Elsloo

Kasteel Elsloo 2
6181GV Stein

Elsloo Castle is located in the former economy buildings of the original castle. Part of these buildings is the indoor watermill, the Slakmolen, from 1552. The actual castle, a large mansion that stood perpendicular to the still existing tower, was unfortunately lost in 1885 by fire. Incidentally, the remains of the original castle of Elsloo lie in the Maas bed. This was swallowed up by the Meuse in the 15th century. The remains of the castle are still visible at low water levels. De Slakmolen is the only surviving mill of the three watermills known from the history of Elsloo. It is fed by the Slakbeek. The construction of this watermill was already commissioned in 1553. Experience the warm atmosphere and the versatility of the soothing south, the tranquility of nature and the enthusiasm of the region.

ENCI Groeve

6212 NE Maastricht

The surroundings of the ENCI quarry are a wonderful place for walking, cycling, fishing or simply enjoying the beautiful plants and animals of the area. Nature and recreation go hand in hand in the area.

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