Discover and visit Ede
Do you want to enjoy the most famous nature reserves in the Netherlands? Visit Ede! On the Veluwe you can cycle, walk and horse ride endlessly over heathland, sand drifts, grassy plains and through the forest. Also visit the Kröller-Müller Museum, relive military history and taste regional products in the heart of the Food Valley.
Discover the secrets of Ede
Municipality of Ede
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Bennekom is surrounded by woods and countryside and is located near the border and campuses of Wageningen University.Discover more about Bennekom
Deelen is a hamlet that lies partially in the municipality of Ede. Deelen has about fifty inhabitants and is surrounded by woods, heathland and sand drifts.Discover more about Deelen
De Klomp is a small residential area, situated between Veenendaal and Ede. Discover the highlights of De Klomp.Discover more about De klomp
The township of Ede is medium-sized and offers a spacious centre with many shops, restaurants and culture. Ede has two railway stations and many cultural hotspots.Discover more about Ede
The village of Ederveen is located between Renswoude, Lunteren, De Klomp and Veenendaal. In Ederveen, you will encounter beautiful scenery and a remarkable castle.Discover more about Ederveen
Harskamp is located in the northeast of the municipality of Ede. The village is mainly known for its military training area and the numerous camping sites and recreation parks.Discover more about Harskamp
Hoenderloo, together with Hoog-Baarlo, belongs to the municipality of Ede and is situated next to Het Nationale Park De Hoge Veluwe and the Deeler forest.Discover more about Hoenderloo
Lunteren is the geographical centre of the Netherlands, bordering Het Nationale Park De Hoge Veluwe. Within the vast outdoor region lie the hamlets Meulunteren, De Valk, Overwoud, Nederwoud and Walderveen.Discover more about Lunteren
In Otterlo contains one of the entrances to Het Nationale Park De Hoge Veluwe, here you can access the Kröller-Müller Museum, the Sculpture Garden and the Museonder. Otterlo is a popular destination for tourists.Discover more about Otterlo
Wekerom is mainly known for the Wekeromse Zand. The free-roaming mouflons keep the 500 hectares of sandy area intact.Discover more about Wekerom