Looking far, beautiful skies, enchanting starry sky, the feeling of being alone in the world....so nice to clear your head. Also inspiring for many artists and painters such as Groningen's pride "De Ploeg"
The Groningen Wadden Sea coast is modeled from water, clay, sand and peat. A unique area, on the border between sweet and salty. The Wadden Sea on one hand. On the other: characterful medieval mound villages with sturdy churches and waving golden wheat fields. This is the landscape that inspired artist collective De Ploeg. A landscape where people have lived for centuries, but where you can also be alone with nature. Between special Konik horses and millions of migratory birds. And sometimes – in July – among other music and theater lovers, during the Hungry Wolf festival.
In the spring of 2022, In de Ploeg's track will have 12 e-bike routes through City and countryside (Stad en Ommeland), so that you can discover the Groningen landscape in the footsteps of the artists. The first 6 routes have now been completed. These routes can be cycled with a route booklet, route map or with the RoutAbel app. And there's more to come! View the website: