Are you in need of a holiday? Then come and explore the Salland region in the east of The Netherlands. There is such a lot to see and do here, as well as plenty to look at whilst you just sit back and relax. You’ll be pleasantly surprised by the region’s diversity, we assure you.
The most well-known attraction is the Sallandse Heuvelrug National Park between Holten and Nijverdal, but the region is also famous for its grand manor houses, magnificent countryside and the magical washlands of the IJsselvallei.
Rich in culture
The Salland region is rich in nature and culture. Take Deventer for example. Wherever you look in this Hanseatic town, you will find reminders of its illustrious past.
And if it’s a museum you are looking for, Salland has a number of unique ones including Raalte’s Virtual Museum (Virtueel Museum Raalte) and the Museum of Agricultural History (historisch landbouwmuseum).
Salland is a region with a strong farming tradition. You’ll be able to taste the difference with all of the fresh produce coming straight from local farms. We have potatoes, asparagus and all kinds of other fresh vegetables growing right on our doorstep.
Tip! Come in the spring during asparagus season. Restaurant ’t HoogeHuus at Landgoed Old Heino pulls out all the stops with its special asparagus dishes.
You won’t have time to get bored in Salland. There are events and festivals all year round, including the Stoppelhaene harvest festival in Raalte and the Pompdagen (literally Pumping Days) in Heino.
Ask at the reception for more information about local events and activities in the area.