The Beleven nature reserve

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The Dutch word ‘beleven’ means ‘experience’, and there’s plenty to experience, especially if you are a birdwatcher. It is a true paradise for many birds, including the spoonbill, which is spotted regularly. A wooden deck in the shape of a mammoth gives you an amazing view of the Beleven. Sandy trails with wide shoulders and windbreaks run through the nature reserve. An example of this is 'Suske’s Clog Path’ (7.5 km), where you follow the small wooden clogs. The route can be purchased on paper at the Hollandershoeve and Visit Reusel-De Mierden.

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5541 PE Reusel
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