Someren - North Brabant - The Netherlands
Hiking route 898470
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Fancy a short walk before enjoying a nice meal? Then come make this detour through Someren-Eind and surroundings.
At Brasserie Jan van Tieskes you can first have a coffee on the cozy terrace before you set out. You walk a bit through Someren-Eind, a mining village that originated in the Peel in the mid-nineteenth century. The entire Peel (approximately 30,000 hectares) once consisted of wasteland. Now you walk between fields and grasslands. Ideal for a day of relaxation.
You cross the Aa twice, a stream that originates a little further in Ospel and eventually flows into the Dieze in Den Bosch. Around the Aa on this route there is a trouser area that is covered with deciduous trees. It is wonderfully quiet here on unpaved paths. Wear waterproof shoes, the path can be soggy at times. Time for a nice meal at Brasserie Jan van Tieskes.
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.