Have you already heard of Ootmarsum-Dinkelland, Twente’s most attractive region? There are plenty of reasons to visit this part of Twente. You can enjoy the beautiful environment, bocage-style landscape, many galleries and museums, and last but not least, ample cycling and walking opportunities to your heart’s content.

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Life in Twente

Visitors of Ootmarsum-Dinkelland, the touristic municipality that also includes Denekamp, Lattrop, Weerselo and Saasveld, regularly return for short or long stays. That’s because you lose track of time and the fast pace of contemporary life here. Get a taste of the real feeling of life in Twente in Ootmarsum-Dinkelland.

Through nature

The environment of Ootmarsum-Dinkelland is a paradise for cyclists and walkers. The area is exceptionally suitable for lovely cycling and walking trips. The diverse bocage landscape in Twente, the beautiful nature reserves, authentic villages and hospitable inhabitants welcome you wholeheartedly. Extensive woodland with rippling streams and the meandering Dinkel. Beautiful views over the stream valleys. Age-old farms, manors and watermills. And taking in the peace and quiet.


With only the chirping of birds, the rustling of the leaves in the trees and the soft babbling of the river in the background, and a beautiful view of a forest or meadow with wild flowers, anybody who enjoys tucking in in a caravan or tent can sleep surrounded by nature in Ootmarsum-Dinkelland. Far from busy roads and crowded cities, and still only at a stone’s throw distance from picturesque cities and villages.