The Sallandse Heuvelrug lies between the Hanseatic cities of Deventer and Zwolle on one side and Twente on the other. The area, which originated in the ice age, comprises no fewer than 26 hills, the river Regge and the largest contiguous dry heathland in northwestern Europe. Part of the area is a National Park, with rare flora and fauna such as the grouse and the nightjar. This nature, but also the history and cultural history, make the area a surprising and special place in the Netherlands.
The Sprengenberg is a house on the Sprengenberg hill near Haarle. The house is also often called the Palthetoren in Salland, while local residents usually speak of the Villa! The associated estate is a nature reserve managed by Natuurmonumenten and is part of the Sallandse Heuvelrug National Park.
The Sallandse Heuvelrug National Park can be reached from different directions.
Start je bezoek bij Buitencentrum Sallandse Heuvelrug, Informatieschuur / Erve de Pas, Infocentrum Canadese begraafplaats of Natuurmuseum Holterberg.
Twenty areas are currently designated as national parks in the Netherlands.
Waking up surrounded by nature