The province of Limburg consists of four regions, namely the Voer region, Hesbaye, the Meuseland and the Campine. Each region has its own characteristics, but nature is central to each of these regions.
Hesbaye is best known for its fruit cultivation and authentic square farmhouses. Walking along beautiful orchards with beautiful blossoms, church villages and hollow roads are usually the ingredients of walking routes in this region. The landcommanderij Alden Biesen, the marl caves of Kanne and van Zichen-Zussen-Bolder are worth a visit.
This region with its six picturesque villages. From Moelingen on the Meuse to the highest point of Flanders in Remersdaal; the slopes, hollow roads and small landscape elements are a treat for the eye. In this region there is a walking network of 124 km.
The Campine with its extensive sand plains such as the Lommel Sahara and the vast forests gives walkers the opportunity to enjoy the silence.
Beautiful villages on both sides of the Meuse can be reached by ferry. Enjoying the waterfront is number one here. In this region is also the only National Park of Belgium: National Park Hoge Kempen is a unique nature reserve where more than 5700 hectares of forest and heath. The area extends over the municipalities of Dilsen-Stokkem, Maasmechelen, Zutendaal, Lanaken, Genk and As. Extensive pine forests alternate with cypress heather, large ponds bear witness to gravel and sand extraction, high peaks offer great views. Many rare and special animals live in this natural setting