TTT 2002 06 Westmalle Herkingen
Published: 21/02/2019
Uitzichttoren Pompejus (Lunchlocatie)
This TTT starts in (West) Malle at the Westmalle Abbey in Flanders (Belgium) and mainly goes on beautiful roads to Herkingen on the Grevelingen in South Holland. At Essenhoek you cross the border and you are directly on the Wouwse Plantage *.
* Wouwse Plantage, formerly also called Pindorp, is a village in the municipality of Roosendaal, in the Dutch province of Noord-Brabant. The village is close to the forestry Wouwsche Plantage.

Then you can have lunch and take some pictures at Fort de Roovere **, you are now half way along the route.
** Fort De Roovere is a ramp at Halsteren which was part of the West Brabant water line. It is an earthen fort connected to the Pinsen fort by means of a bank. The fort is open at the "back", on the "front" it consists of two bastions

After lunch, the Philipsdam to Goeree-Overflakkee to drive via Ooltgensplaat to the terminus in Herkingen.

Because I have not driven this route (yet) myself, this route gets 3 stars.

Route details:
No.
Startpunt (West) Malle in Vlaanderen (B)
Eindpunt in Herkingen (Zuid-Holland)
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Lunchlocatie

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