Rees am Rhein (distance 10 km) is the oldest city on the Lower Rhine. Of interest is the late medieval fortifications with walls, round tower and watchtowers. It also loads a beautiful Rhine promenade for walks.
In the former spa town of Bad Cleve (now: Kleve distance 14 km) there is much to see: the swan castle, the symbol of the county seat, the baroque gardens with an amphitheater, the Museum and the Museum Kurhaus Kleve BC Koekkoek-house.
A very special highlight will certainly be a trip to the frontier inspection trolley (Grenzland Draisine).
The Klever Reichwald with well over 5,100 acres is the largest contiguous forest area in the Lower Rhine. A piece of nature with high recreational value. Whether on foot, by bicycle or on horseback, the Imperial Forest offers many opportunities.
Emmerich am Rhein (distance 15 km) offers boat trips, the Rhine Museum, Elten mountain overlooking the Rhine Valley, a 1000 year old church with Drususbrunnen, the castle Borghees, a mill, the coffee art museum and much more.
Water babies come in all year round EMBRICANA with indoor and outdoor pools and a 1,500 m² sauna area at all costs.
The pilgrimage Goch ((distance 15 km) offers a remarkable stone gate, the Arnold-Janssen-house, the house of the five rings, the water mill and the monastery Graefenthal (Kloster Graefenthal) also an excellent starting point for canoe trips on the Niers. Also in Goch swimmers get their money: GochNess, a leisure pool with a spacious sauna landscape and water is highly recommended.
The town of Xanten distance 17 km) looks back on 2000 years of history. Sights: Archaeological Park Archäologischen Park with its Roman Museum, Cathedral of St. Victor, Cleves Gate, Kriemhild mill, etc., testify to the importance of the city during the Middle Ages.
For sports enthusiasts particularly suitable leisure center Xanten Freizeitzentrum Xanten and the location right on the Xanten South Seas Adventure park "Adventure Park Xanten". A water ski cable car offers the ultimate in water fun for beginners and advanced! In addition, fun boats, canoes and dinghies for hire. Beach chairs, lawn, a family beach, a nudist beach, play and activity areas, diving boards, beach islands and a wave pool leave nothing to be desired. A ship wreck in 12 meters depth invites divers to explore.
The town Kevelaer (distance 23 km) is known as the largest Marian shrine Northwest Europe. Some 200 listed buildings dominate the city Kevelaerer.
Only a few kilometers away is a special kind of theme park created: "Europe's largest peasant experience labyrinth." On more than 100.000qm offers Irrland game, learning, and Tobe attractions for the whole family.