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Friesland is known for its own language, activities (such as Fierljeppen) and rich culture, but also for its tranquility and space in nature. Friesland has different, beautiful landscapes and is surrounded by water. There are also many water landscapes along the Frisian lakes and catchments. Ideal for doing nature activities and hiking on a local and regional scale! That's perfect, because according to The Nature Pyramid, to stay healthy, you have to go out into nature on a regional scale every week!
Do you now feel like going into nature, take a look at the website Activities & excursions in the Frisian nature - It Fryske Gea .
Here you can find various (free) activities in nature, such as:
An experience walk through Landgoed Dekema State: choose a walk, scan QR codes along the way and get more information about points that are passed.
An interactive walk through Dekema State Estate: based on the app, you are taken on a tour of the estate and water facts are explained.
A walking route through the Kraaiheidepollen: walk through a beautiful fen full of water lilies using an online map.
For more information about Frisian nature reserves, visit the website National landscapes | Friesland.nl | Friesland.nl . There are also routes for cycling trips. For more information and inspiration, see the website The Frisian landscape - Water, pasture and much more - Holland.com . Also the website Ode aan het Frisian Landscape | Friesland.nl is great for finding Frisian sights, walking and cycling routes and activities!
See also this blog ( The 10 most beautiful sights in Friesland | Our tips - Dolopreizen.nl ) about the 10 most beautiful sights in Friesland.
On the website of the Staatsbosbeheer ( Nature Reserves of Staatsbosbeheer ) you can find information about activities, walking routes and places of interest for each Frisian nature reserve. There are various walking routes in Rottige meente or Sudwest-Fryslân, places of interest such as dolmens in the Drents-Friese Wold and the Klaarkampstermolen in Noard-Fryslân and recreational opportunities on the Wadden Islands of Ameland, Terschelling and Vlieland.