VVV Nunspeet - Nunspeet
The village of Nunspeet is with over 19,000 inhabitants the largest village of the municipality of Nunspeet. It has much to offer as a cycling and holiday destination. Forest, heathland, sand drifts, polders and the Veluwemeer together form a varied landscape. A network of paths brings you as a cyclist along many beautiful spots. The VVV tourist office has set out various cycling routes. In the area around Nunspeet, the heath and sand drifts remind you of the last century. Because the moors were overgrazed by the many sheep, sand drifts occurred. These sand plains were planted with trees at the beginning of this century. Now you can see how precisely these heaths and sand drifts form a pleasant variation in the landscape. But not only the forests, heathlands and sand drifts are worthwhile, also the agricultural landscape with its many wooded banks and extensive polder landscape has its charms. At the transition between Veluwemeer and pastureland lies a reed belt in which reed warblers, bearded reed warblers and reed warblers have found their home. In addition to a diversity in nature, Nunspeet also has a rich past as an artists' village, which you can still experience in many ways. See where the artists lived, worked and found inspiration. Even now there are still many artists active in the municipality of Nunspeet, this is clearly visible in the streetscape and noticeable during the many fun events that take place there.