Zuid-Dijleland (Southern Dyle River Area) is a region of the Flemish Brabant. Local tourism services have created a hiking or walking node network which spans from Tervuren to Leuven and to Ottenburg next to the linguistic border in the South.
People speak Dutch in this part of the country. Most people are also able to speak English or French, since the region borders on both Wallonia and Brussels.
- as well.
- with the possibility to play mini-golf.
- with potable source water on your left