EuroParcs Brunssummerheide lives up to its name. From the park you can easily step into the hilly heath landscape of the Brunssummerheide. At the same time, cozy cities such as Brunssum, Heerlen and the German Aachen are also nearby. This is the ideal base to discover the Limburg landscape and the Burgundian life.
The Brunssummerheide is just about the backyard of the holiday park. Wander through this typical Limburg hilly landscape by bike or on foot. The varied landscape full of deciduous forests, coniferous forests, heathland and sandy plains is also extremely popular with mountain bikers. Whatever time of year you come, the landscape always looks different thanks to the many shades of purple, green and gray. Besides, there would be no Brunssummerheide without the Schoonebeek sheep. The flock of sheep ensures that the landscape is neatly maintained.
Not only can you enjoy nature in EuroParcs Brunssummerheide, cities such as Aachen, Heerlen and Maastricht are just around the corner. Discover the past by visiting the oldest bathhouse in the Netherlands in the Thermenmuseum or visit Hoensbroek Castle. The Dutch Mining Museum in Heerlen brings back memories of the region's mining past. Not unlike the Monument of Staatsmijn Hendrik in Brunssum, where the deepest mine shaft in the Netherlands was located with a depth of 1058 meters. It is also fun to spot animals in GaiaZoo in Kerkrade or to whiz down the slopes of SnowWorld in Landgraaf, the largest indoor ski resort in the world. In any case, you will find yourself abroad at EuroParcs Brunssummerheide: not only because of the hilly landscape, but also because of the architectural style of the wooden accommodations.
Parts of the park are quite hilly and are therefore less suitable for people with mobility problems. Be well informed in advance where your accommodation is located.
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