Camping De Reenert is a small family campsite just 1 km from Heiderscheid in the Luxembourg Ardennes.
The naturist campsite is completely separated from the large family campsite Fuussekaul (textile) and only 8 km from the picturesque Esch-Sür-Sure.
Camping De Reenert is a small family campsite just 1 km from Heiderscheid in the Luxembourg Ardennes. The naturist campsite is completely separated from the large family campsite Fuussekaul (textile) and only 8 km from the picturesque Esch-Sür-Sure. Fuussekaul has great appeal for families with children because of the many indoor and outdoor play opportunities. There is even a climbing park on the grounds of Fuussekaul. During high season, a specialized team comes weekly to guide all adventurers. Visitors to The Reenert can of course also use all the facilities of Camping Fuussekaul. An animator is also present at The Reenert during the high season.
On The Reenert there are 100 pitches where you can pitch your own tent or caravan, but there are also mobile homes that you can rent. The accommodations were installed in 2015 and are well appointed. All mobile homes have a wooden terrace with table, chairs, sun beds and umbrella.
Mobile home type Lodge / about 40 m2 / 2-5 people
Living room with open kitchen with coffee maker, whistling kettle, 4-burner gas stove with hood, microwave and large refrigerator with large freezer compartment, dining table, 5 chairs, central heating and TV (RTL 4, 5 and 7). Bathroom with shower and sink, towel heater and toilet. Bedroom with double bed (210 x 160 cm), 2nd bedroom with 2 single beds one above the other in l-shape (200 x 80 cm), 3rd bedroom with single bed (200 x 80 cm). There is tarp on the floor.
Mobile home type Ardenne / about 38 m2 / 2-6 people
Living room with open kitchen with coffee maker, whistling kettle, 4-burner gas stove with extractor hood and fridge with large freezer compartment, microwave, dining table, corner sofa (possibility of sleeping), chairs, central heating and TV (RTL 4, 5 and 7). From kitchen patio doors to terrace. Bathroom with shower and sink, separate toilet. Bedroom with double bed (200 x 160 cm), 2nd bedroom with 2 single beds downstairs (190 x 80 cm), 3rd bedroom with single bed (190 x 80 cm). The floor is wood, including in the bedrooms.
Most facilities are on the Fuussekaul textile area:
– Supermarket, café and restaurant
– Bicycle rental and WIFI for a fee
– Hair salon and gym for a fee
– ATM (550 meters)
– Beach volleyball court and climbing course
– Bus stop in front of the door
– Miniature golf and indoor playground
– Laundry for a fee
– Heated freshwater indoor pool
– Sauna and steam bath NEW open on weekends
– Cold water immersion bath NEW open on weekends
– 2 bocce boules courts, giant chessboard and playground
– Large trampoline, campfire area and WIFI for a fee.
With your own car:
From Utrecht, it is approximately 325 kilometers drive to Camping de Reenert.
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Not too far from the Netherlands, so great for a weekend or week away, is Luxembourg. Luxembourg borders Belgium, France and Germany and is 2,587 square meters in size. It has about 505,800 inhabitants, many of whom are originally from one of its neighboring countries. A large majority of Luxembourg’s population is Catholic. The north of Luxembourg is called the Ösling and is part of the Ardennes. The area consists of forested mountains, hills and river valleys. Burgplatz is a well-known mountain and the Kneiff is the highest (560 meters). There are several nature parks in the north: German-Luxembourg Nature Park, Our Nature Park and the Obersauer Nature Park. The southern part of the country, the Gutland, is hilly and more people live there. There are several regions: The Luxembourg Plateau is a flat sandstone formation, on which the country’s capital is located. Little Switzerland (with the Mullerthal) is a rocky terrain with dense forests and is a tourist attraction. Here there is a well-known waterfall, the Schiessentümpel. Schengen is a small town located in the tri-border region of Luxembourg, Germany and France. The city’s landmark is St. John’s Cathedral. Marcus Tower, rising high above the vines of Mount Markus.
Viticulture takes place along the country’s southeastern border. They are predominantly light, fresh white summer wines.
You can also experience a lot in the capital Luxembourg and in the picturesque towns located here.
French cuisine with German influences can be found in Luxembourg cuisine. There are few real specialties of the country itself.
Luxembourg is rich in vineyards and also has tastings. They are predominantly light and fresh summer wines.
Three official languages are spoken, German, French and Luxembourgish. Luxemburgish is a language related to German.
The currency is the euro. Furthermore, the price level is about the same as the price level in the Netherlands.
Luxembourg, like the Netherlands and Belgium, generally has a temperate maritime climate, but because it is sheltered by the Ardennes, its climate is a little more in between a temperate maritime climate and a weak continental climate.
|Climate table Luxembourg|
|Average number of hours of sunshine per day||6||7||7||8||7||5||3|
|Average number of days of rainfall||16||16||15||13||15||14||16|
2-4 persons, about 40 m² + covered terrace facing south
Mobile home Ardennes
2-6 persons, approximately 38 m²
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