The ‘Kagerplassen’, surrounded by a fine network of reed ditches and canals, rich in islands, big and small. For many ‘Kaagzeilers’ the following names will sound familiar: ‘Sprietlaeck’, ‘Eijmerspoel’, ‘Warckerleede’, ‘Dieperpol’, ‘Kiek Poel’, ‘Hanepoel’, ‘Tengnagel’ and ‘Sever’. It is an environment rich of Islands – whether or not occupied or accessible for public. On a number of Islands the water management is still arranged old-fashioned with mills, strengthening the Dutch atmosphere. More on paspoortbollenstreek.nl.
The ‘Kagerplassen’ and the adjacent ‘Braassemermeer’ are natural areas where it especially during summer days very pleasant. Around the ‘Kaag’, the ‘Braassem’ and ‘Wijde Aa’ are marinas for boaters present and there are many terraces located near the water. This area is characterized also by the many mills in the landscape that are easy to see from the water.
From ‘Kagerplassen’ it is a must to go ashore on the picturesque island of De Kaag. The island has a ferry service to the mainland. De Kaag is a good base for a delicious lunch, picnic or for a coffee at one of the many terraces on the water. More on http://www.vakantievaren.nl/