At around three kilometers wide and 20 kilometers long, the De Maasduinen National Park forms the longest inland dune belt in the Netherlands. These beautiful flying sand dunes mostly lie along the section of the national park around the Reindersmeer on the east side of the two lakes. The Reindersmeer is an artificial lake created by sand and gravel ablation. In addition to the dune landscape in the east, the two lakes are still surrounded by forest, heaths and bogs, which are currently partly dry due to the persistent warm weather, so that the frogs that used to be heard here now had to dodge further towards the lake. But you can still hear them. You only look for fish in vain, because they find too little food in the artificial marsh area of the quarry lake.
June 21, 2020
The Reindersmeer was created through sand excavations. Today it is part of the De Maasduinen National Park and is definitely worth a visit. In the lake there is a 100 m long cable ferry (which you have to operate yourself!) With which you can drive across the lake yourself
September 19, 2020
Beautiful, a real feast for the eyes 😍🥰
Fine sand, so you can't ride a bike, but bike paths nearby ... they don't lead directly to the water 🌊I think the overall impression ... looks like Canada 😮🥰Once around 🥾🥾
Greatly charges the 🔋 battery
So nice to let your mind wander 🥰
Tip: In any case, try the pull ferry, it'll be fun 😛🥵😅
September 11, 2020
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