Legden in Münsterland. Info on holidays and sights
Legden in the Münsterland
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The flower village in Münsterland


The small municipality of Legden consists of two districts: Legden and Asbeck. While Legden is known as the dahlia and leisure village, Asbeck is considered the monastery village. Close to the border with our friendly neighbours in the Netherlands, you will discover the two villages with their high leisure and recreational value.

Attractive for groups and for those seeking peace and quiet

Legden is an ideal starting point for a trip of several days to the western Münsterland. But there is also a lot going on in the villages themselves: How about a club break in the leisure village of Legden with your skittles club, regulars' table or circle of friends? Or experience the Dahlia Children's Flower Parade, which attracts numerous guests to the Dahlia Village Legden every three years. Also worth seeing: the monastery village of Asbeck with its many preserved or restored buildings.

Cycling tours with little "traps

Excursions to Ahaus, the bell museum in Gescher or the glass museum in Coesfeld should also be on your holiday programme. Many sights can be easily reached on enjoyable day bike tours. But beware, many a guest has forgotten the time in the numerous beer gardens and farm cafés along the way.

For those who prefer to go on a grand tour, the 450 km Flamingo Route is recommended.

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Places of interest in and around Legden

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