Villages: 't Hof, 't Loo, de Weebosch, Luyksgestel, Riethoven and Westerhoven
Every year, more than 10,000 tourists come to Bergeijk to enjoy the great outdoors with a visit to its beautiful holiday villages, campsites and B&Bs. More than 85% of the region consists of woods, scenic areas and farmland. Within these delightful green surroundings, Bergeijk offers museums, a national heritage site (Weverij de Ploeg, a former weaving mill), cultural centres and an open-air theatre. Visitors and tourists can enjoy the wonderful dining so typical of the Kempen in Bergeijk’s countless restaurants and cafés and a wide range of shopping options. Tourists can participate in a Rietveld safari De Ploeg, can make various hiking and cycling tours, or can visit the ecological garden Het Loo or the bakery museum.