Halderberge is situated on the exact spot where clay and sand meet in West-Brabant. This does not only result in tasty produce from farms like asparagus, strawberries and cherries, but it also results in a beautiful varied landscape. In the north, you’ll find nice polders and dikes around the river Mark. In the south, there are forests, heaths, old peat canals and winding ditches. In short: a varied landscape that’s fun to explore! A different view behind every bend, that’s cycling in Halderberge.
Brabant wouldn’t be Brabant if it weren’t for the nice terraces you’ll find in every village. Often opposite the church, and on or around the central square. And the villages in Halderberge are no exception. You’ll find several cafés and restaurants around the Jezuïtenplein opposite the Basilica of Oudenbosch, but the typical Brabant hospitality and gastronomy can also be enjoyed in the town centres of Hoeven, Bosschenhoofd, Stampersgat and Oud Gastel.
The extensive cycling junction network in West-Brabant makes it easy to follow your own route along the prettiest lanes, most pleasant terraces and most remarkable buildings. To get you started, we’ve already created various routes.
If you didn’t bring your bike, but you still would like to go cycling, you can rent a bicycle at one of the two bike shops in Halderberge:
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