Herberg de Klomp is surrounded by beautiful touristic and characteristic villages and towns.
Hidden among the forests and on the banks of the Vecht lies Ommen, an
old Hanseatic trading town with a rich history, beautiful nature reserves and a bustling centre.
Ommen comprises the villages and hamlets of Lemele, Vilsteren, Arriën, Arrierveld, Archmen, Beerze, Beerzerveld, Besthmen, Dalmsholte, Eerde, Giethmen, Hoogengraven, Junne, Vinkenbuurt, Nieuwebrug, Ommerschans, Stegeren, Varssen and Witharen.
The striking Blue Arch Bridge provides access to the lovely village of Dalfsen. A village that offers entertainment for young and old with its location on the Vecht. The centre with its monumental buildings and small streets is certainly worth a visit. Great for shopping and enjoying historic buildings.
Zwolle, the capital of the province of Overijssel, is a town with a rich history. The city, originally a trading town, was created thanks to its location on various waterways. The liveliness that cmes with trade is still one of the characteristics of Zwolle. The town has a medieval centre, a beautiful theatre, a wide range of shops and many beautiful parks.
A nice tourist town with various shops and restaurants. Use the bicycle network to plan a route from Herberg de Klomp through the beautiful natural area towards Hardenberg. In the municipality of Hardenberg lies the village of Slagharen with its famous amusement park Slagharen.
A historic Hanseatic city on the River IJssel. Deventer is one of the five oldest cities in the Netherlands and has a long history.
Een historische Hanzestad gelegen aan rivier de IJssel. Deventer is één van de vijf oudste steden van Nederland en heeft een lange geschiedenis.
Traditional costume, Staphorst Textile Art and dark green shutters combined with bright blue frames. During your visit to Staphorst you will see how old traditions are honoured, you will experience its historical character and enjoy the beauty of the 'straight line landscape'.
A Dutch Venice, with small canals full of boats and many restaurants by the water.