We' ve known for a long time Bruges is a beautiful city to discover. Walking through the historical centre is like imagining yourself in a very nice open air museum thanks to the many beautiful alleys and old buildings. Once you leave the romantic city you have lots of nature and fantastic cycling and walking routes in addition to the city walks. This proves that Bruges is the perfect combination of city life as the green Bruges Ommeland.
The Brugse Ommeland is the region around the city of Bruges with the wooded Bruges green belt to the south. It contains centuries-old landscapes, forests, historic farms, monuments,... Briefly summarized; it's worth the effort if you like to surround yourself in nature.
We have mapped out 3 routes for you to discover this nature by cycling.
The starting point of this 20.9 kilometre cycle route in the Bruges Ommeland region is at Kaproenenhof 41, 8200 Sint-Michiels.
This biking route is truly a treasure map of sightseeing outside the city centre of Bruges. Many sights that may be a little less known but are certainly worth the visit. On top of that, you'll pass enough places for a break to eat and drink during the day.
On this route you'll cycle past these gems:
Starting point of this 22.1 km cycle route, also in the region of the Brugse Ommeland is Kaproenenhof 41, 8200 Sint-Michiels.
This tour is a beautiful combination of the city centre and the uninhabited landscape in the south of the Bruges Ommeland.
During this route you cycle by:
The starting point of this 22.2 kilometre cycle route in theBrugse Ommeland region, is Kaproenenhof 41, 8200 Sint-Michiels.
This 21.2-kilometre route allows you to explore the area around the town Oostkamp to the south of Bruges, a slightly more urban route for cyclists. Which makes this the perfect route to take a break and taste Oostkamp's regional beer, a triple beer called Wittoen.
Some places on this route that are worth making a stop for a while:
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