Nature and history
Arboretum Poortbulten, bird paradise De Oelemars, nature reserve Lutterzand and the push moraine areas including the Tankenberg, are real outdoor attractions. Throughout the area, well-signposted walking and cycling paths provide plenty of options for the more active holiday maker. The Losser municipality also has a modern swimming pool and a multifunctional sports complex, with, in addition to football fields, an athletics track and a skating rink. In and around the village centres, many cultural-historical heritage sites have been preserved well. These include stone factory De Werklust, De Staringgroeve and the historical Erve Kraesgenberg. With the open-air theatre Brilmansdennen, galleries and art routes, culture lovers won't be left out either.
On top of that, the five villages regularly organise musical, sporting and delightfully festive events in all shapes and sizes, to which both locals and visitors from outside these municipalities are welcomed with open arms. There are more than enough beautiful accommodations around to make guests’ stay as pleasant as possible. Nature and typical Twente hospitality are the key words for an amazing holiday or simply a fun day out in the Losser municipality, also affectionately known as the “Treasure Chamber of Twente”. You can recognise the treasures in the Losser municipality by the orange-and-white key logo that advertises them.
Liberation Route. A continuously growing remembrance trail.
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