Located in the national landscape het Groene Woud (the Green Woods) you find the picturesque village of Liempde. The name originates from the Dutch word for loam that was found here in the ground.
The village of Liempde already existed in the 13th century as a village belonging to the local duke. Today you still find many monuments and listed buildings that still give the town it’s authentic appearance. From the chapel to the church, the cemetery to the old town hall all take you by the hand back in time.
You can furthermore enjoy the area thanks to the many biking and walking routes through the nature reserve. Discover the loam forests, the heath, the history of making wooden shoos and the life of the monks in Liempde!