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Limburg Province

Limburg is a very special province in the southernmost part of the Netherlands, with Valkenburg and Maastricht attracting a great many visitors, but Limburg also has a lot more to offer!

In the North, you can find extensive areas of great natural beauty, offering a wide range of possibilities for hikers and cyclists. The central section of the province contains the ‘Maasplassen’lake area with a great many recreational opportunities for boating, sailing etc. This is also where the Designer Outlet in Roermond is located, the largest outlet of its kind in Europe. And in the south, you’ll come across Maastricht and Valkenburg, both located in the hill country so unique for the Netherlands.

For more information visit: www.visitlimburg.com

 


HEADQUARTER:

SICHTING VVV ZUID-LIMBURG
Walramplein, 6
DD Valkenburg a/d Geul, 6301 - The Netherlands
telephone +31 436 098 517


CONTACT PERSON 1:

Eijdems Rene
rene.eijdems@vvvzuidlimburg.nl


CONTACT PERSON 2:

Niewierra Anya
anya.niewierra@vvvzuidlimburg.nl

 

News

South Limburg reflects on Future Tourism Opportunities for Sustainable Development

Sep 10, 2018

VVV Zuid-Limburg organised an inspirational afternoon with drivers and policymakers about sustainable tourism at the end of last week.
The aim was to reflect about the opportunities that the sustainable tourism market can offer in the future.

On the picture from left to right:
Dirk van der Ven from Wallas, Sandra Baan from IBI2, Desiree de Lange from Greenkey, Eric Geurts from the Province of Limburg, Anya Niewierra from VVV Zuid-Limburg, Jana Apih from Slovenia Green and Albert Salman from Green Destinations.

 

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Event

BRANDTouR Interregional Learning Event in Crete

 

BRANDTOUR is an INTERREG Project promoted by the Region of Tuscany, in partnership with other members of NECSToUR.

The 4th Interregional Learning Event will take place on 19-20th June 2018 in Crete, Greece hosted by the Region of Crete .
The theme of the event is "The innovation of the tourism through synergies between private and public stakeholders”.

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