Churches in the Peel: Medieval Church Tower Route

The Medieval Church Tower Route is a cycling route through the beautiful Peel area and connects nine medieval church locations.

The Medieval Church Tower Route is a cycling route through the beautiful Peel area and connects nine medieval church locations. The route passes through the four communities of Helmond, Laarbeek, Geldrop-Mierlo and Nuenen. Among the locations included in the route, some still have an entire medieval church, while in some locations, only the church towers remains. And while some locations may seem to be empty, if you look closely, you might just be surprised.
 
The cycling route is 47 km in length, but can also be ridden partially, thanks to the system of cycling junctions.
You will find the 9 locations of the route on the road map. You can find the road map on every page of the website in the top right corner next to the logo of the Medieval Church Tower Route. It is best to follow the route using the road map in combination with the route description.
You will find the route description below.

At every location you will encounter a sign with information about the location itself and its surroundings, as well as a QR code that you can scan with your mobile phone. The QR code refers to the page of the website with additional information about the location in question. The information on the website is continuously updated.
Road map available for free at VVV Helmond.