Discover the Munnichsbos
The Munnichsbos, also known as the "Monnikenbos," is a forest along both banks of the Vlootbeek. This ancient natural forest is home to a section of untouched nature, where time seems to have stood still. The forest exudes a timeless charm and offers visitors a glimpse of a pristine landscape. Moreover, the forest is open to the public so that everyone can enjoy this beautiful setting.
Historic Farmhouse with Tithe Barn
At the heart of the Munnich Forest is a charming farmstead surrounded by a historic tithe barn. These well-preserved buildings add a touch of history to the natural landscape. Visitors can enjoy the authentic atmosphere of days gone by while walking through this special part of the forest.
Flora and Fauna.
The Munnichsbos is home to a variety of flora and fauna. Old dead and fallen trees are not cleared here, allowing numerous birds, mushrooms, mosses and ferns to thrive. In particular, woodpeckers are in their element here. All species common in the Netherlands, such as the small and great spotted woodpecker, the green and black woodpecker and the middle-spotted woodpecker, are represented here.
Encounters with wildlife
Early in the morning and at dusk, roe deer emerge from their hiding places. In addition, it is possible to see wild