In the center of Lommel you will find public toilets at two locations:
The Lommel Sahara is free to visit and open continuously. In the Sahara you imagine yourself in a mini desert. In the middle of the pine forests you find a 200 hectare sand landscape with lakes. The Sahara is part of Bosland, the largest adventure forest in Flanders.
The large sandy plain of the Lommel Sahara resembles a desert in miniature. But the region also has clear blue lakes, areas of heather and fragrant pine and deciduous forests. Here you can hike through cool play areas, the land-artworks by Will Beckers, the pedestrian bridge and the famous watchtower!
Yes, the watchtower is free to visit. From the 30 meter high watchtower you can see the Lommel Sahara from the air with your own eyes. The Sahara is part of Bosland, the largest adventure forest in Flanders.
Bosland is open continuously and can be visited for free. Bosland is a gigantic nature reserve, situated in the municipalities Hechtel-Eksel, Pelt and the towns Lommel and Peer. It is thus situated in the heart of North Limburg and consists of 12 subareas.
A new traffic sign has been designed for the speed pedelec and will (in the future) indicate whether they are allowed or prohibited. For Bosland and all bike paths, we remember that all road users should take account of each other and give space to each other. Even if you can handle a high speed, you should always adjust your speed for safety reasons!
Go to our 'Seeing and Doing' page and filter on 'Tips in rainy weather'.
The Leyssensmolen is open and free to visit at the times listed below:
... The Leyssensmolen