Tips om te fietsen en wandelen in Oost-Vlaanderen. Stippel je eigen fietsroute of wandelroute uit op knooppunten of download gratis een van de meer dan 200 kant-en-klare bewegwijzerde routes op routen.be .Een initiatief van Toerisme Oost-Vlaanderen.
Routen planned a bike ride.
January 6, 2023
The Lakes Route is 160 kilometres (100 mi) long and anything but flat. It’s a great challenge for sporty cyclists. However, you can also divide the adventure into several days and prioritise relaxation over speed. There are many exciting sights and cosy places to stop for refreshments so it’s worth allowing… read more
On this Tour, you explore the many hills that line up like a string of pearls along the French-Belgian border. Even though you won’t ride over every peak, you’ll still clock up some climbs and elevation gain today. However, your effort is always rewarded with fantastic views and rapid descents.
You begin… read more
This Tour takes you from Geraardsbergen south to Ath. Aside from a climb at the very start, it’s relatively flat and therefore ideal for families. If the 50 kilometres (31 mi) are too much for one day, you can split them into two stages or ride only part of the route. En route, both Ath and the towns… read more
The Geraardsbergen cycle route is a relatively flat loop between the towns of Geraadsbergen and Ninove. It’s up to you where you choose to join and leave the route, just don’t miss the short detour to Geraardsbergen's market square. In the shade around the impressive town hall, with its famous Manneken… read more
December 30, 2022
The last and longest stage of your journey between Bethuné and Brussels is really tough. It is crammed with highlights of both a cultural and scenic nature. After you have left Geraardsbergen behind you, you first follow the course of the Dender for a while. At Schendelbeke you will discover two beautiful… read more
A large part of today's stage takes place on a former railway line that has been converted into a cycle path. In Ronse, a short detour to the old town is definitely worthwhile. In the town center, which is worth seeing, you will not only find cozy cafés and restaurants, but also cultural highlights such… read more
On the second stage you leave Lille behind and soon cross the border into Belgium. But first you drive through Roubaix, which is known nationally for, among other things, the Piscine, a museum for art and industrial design. Cycling enthusiasts will also be familiar with the Velodrome, where the final… read more
Your journey from Bethuné to Brussels begins at the Canal d'Aire à La Bassée. If you traveled to Bethunè by train, you only need to roll a short distance through the beautiful town to reach your starting point. Almost the entire route of the first stage runs comfortably along the water, so that you can… read more
Routen planned a road ride.
A puncheur in cycling is a rider with explosive speed who seeks decisiveness on short but steep climbs, pulling away with such acceleration that no one can follow. This opens up a gap and then tries to save the lead to the finish. Puncheurs are often particularly popular with fans because of this aggressive… read more
Hell for some, paradise for others: in the heart of Flanders, some of Belgium's most famous and notorious cobblestone streets are in close proximity to each other. You love them or you hate them. But if you want to be a real "Flandrien", you can't ignore them. On this round you will visit the great classics… read more