If you haven't already fallen in love with Flanders and its provinces, you certainly will after these walks. Because the way to a person’s heart is through their stomach. With these walks we want to tickle your taste buds, seduce you and spoil you.
What do you like best? Crisply prepared vegetables? Freshly caught fish or tender meat from the farm next door? Vegetarian or "nose-to-tail"? We have something for everyone.
Good food is in our genes. But don't worry, we're not pretentious about it. We offer more than just haute cuisine; in Flanders delicious food is served around almost every corner.
We know you will love these walks! Come along and experience the Burgundian joie de vivre on our gourmet routes!
Flanders is famous for its excellent endive or chicory, a winter vegetable characterised by its crunchy leaves and slightly bitter taste. This route takes you to one of the centres of its cultivation, not far from Leuven.
Chicory is so much more than just a vegetable. There are so many exciting things…
This is a "tasty" route where you can follow in the footsteps of one of our country's most famous products: Trappist beer.
These beers are still made by monks. Only 13 breweries in the world are allowed to use the Authentic Trappist Product (ATP) label. Five of them are in Belgium and one is the subject…
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This walk takes you, among other places, through the Wambeek Valley. A stream flows through a centuries-old agricultural landscape where meadows and fields are bordered by forests.
Along the way, be sure to visit the Achelse Kluis, where real Trappist beer is still brewed, stock up on award winning cheese…
This route will catapult you to all seven heavens of pleasure, past old village pubs serving Leuven stew and to Burgundian restaurants.
Hopefully you've got an appetite, because in the Zwalm region, water mills, restaurants and village pubs invite you to enjoy all the good things the region has to offer…
On this route you walk through agricultural land where hops are traditionally grown. No wonder the monks of the nearby St. Sixtus Abbey used them to make one of the most famous products: Trappist beer.
This beer is something very special, only 13 abbeys in the world are allowed to produce original Trappist…
This route is something very special. On the one hand, because it’s the only one of our Collection that’s entirely dedicated to an animal, namely the North Sea crab.
It also presents you with a spectacle that’s so extraordinary that UNESCO has recognised it as a cultural heritage site. Oostduinkerke…
Hiking Collection by Pauline van der Waal
Hiking Collection by komoot
Bike Touring Collection by Osnabrücker Land
Bike Touring Collection by Michele Pelacci