Peacefully situated near the village of ’t Loo in the heart of the Veluwe region, Landal Landgoed ’t Loo has its own lovely recreational lake. Uniquely placed, it offers the best of both worlds, uniting a fabulous array of facilities with an excellent location for exploring the most of Holland.
Although Gelderland offers a varied landscape of untouched beauty, where wildlife abounds but people are blissfully few and far between, it also affords visitors unrivalled touring opportunities. The most of Holland can be accessed from here, with excellent road links to such diverse hotspots as Amsterdam (100km), Arnhem (62km) and Holland’s largest nature reserve De Hoge Veluwe, home of the world-famous Krüller-Möller Museum (60km). Nearby you’ll find Hattem (10km) with its Anton Pieck and Dutch Bakery museums, Elburg’s famous medicinal gardens, and well-loved Giethoorn (51km), Holland’s ’Venice of the North’. For those seeking animal adventures beyond birdwatching, wild boar and red deer spotting, the Africa Museum in Berg en Dal is nearby and nothing tops a visit to the huge Apenheul ape sanctuary, the internationally renowned Dolfinarium Harderwijk or the magnificent Burger’s Zoo at Arnhem. Further afield, the spectacular national museum Paleis Het Loo (37km) promises a cultural and visual feast, while the terrific Walibi World theme park (20km) is an absolute must for kids.