1. Beautiful location
  2. Much to do in the area
  3. Luxurious houses

The Sallandse Heuvelrug 

From the holiday park, you can easily access the Sallandse Heuvelrug National Park, which is located between the villages of Holten and Hellendoorn. The Sallandse Heuvelrug is a ridge of several hills, including the Haarlerberg, the Holterberg, the Noetselerberg, the Koningsbelten and the Hellendoornse Berg, however these are located outside the National Park. Due to its great location, our holiday park in Holten is perfect for those looking for a chalet along the Sallandse Heuvelrug ridge. 

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The landscape 

The Sallandse Heuvelrug National Park has both a forest and a vast heath. The forest was created at the end of the nineteenth century to prevent further growth of the heath, yet it fits perfectly into the landscape. A large number of wild animals live among the heathland and the forest, including grouse, lizards, swallows, roe deer, foxes, badgers, stone martens, and many more. 

Black grouse 

This almost extinct animal can only be found in the Sallandse Heuvelrug. Road traffic within the Sallandse Heuvelrug has been limited in order to protect these animals, which also makes it all the better for walkers and cyclists. The Sallandse Heuvelrug National Park has also further expanded the heathland to provide more space. This also appears to benefit the rare night swallow, which resides on the Sallandse Heuvelrug. 

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The landscape
The Sallandse Heuvelrug National Park has both forest and a vast field covered with heathland. The forests were created at the end of the nineteenth century to prevent further pollination.however it fits perfectly into the picture. Between the heathland and the forest live a large number of wild animals including the grouse, lizards, swallows, deer, foxes, badgers, stone martens and many more.

Black grouse
Black Grouse are almost extinct and they only remain alive in the Sallandse Heuvelrug national park. To protect these animals, car traffic within the Sallandse Heuvelrug is limited, but this makes it all the better for walking and cycling opportunities. The Sallandse Heuvelrug National Park has also further expanded the heathland to provide them with more space. This also appears to benefit the rare night swallow, which resides on the Sallandse Heuvelrug.

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