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A bike ride through Groningen, but just a little bit different.

Cycling in the Middag- Humsterland National Landscape with its medieval wierden villages, .... that should be beautiful pictures. A local from [I Go Groningen] ( and photographer Melvin Jonker take you and your camera through the pastures to the north-west of Groningen City.

At the end of the bike ride you experienced Middag-Humsterland and will receive the nicest photos for home and social media. The photography tour is for anyone who likes to learn how to take beautiful photos with their mobile phone, digital camera or SLR camera. So you don't have to be a pro. Melvin teaches you what to look for and gives useful tips. At the same time you get to know villages like Ezinge, Niehove and Garnwerd. Melvin's goal is to let you taste the atmosphere of the photogenic landscape in Middag-Humsterland. No long stories with dates and historical facts.

Combine the bike ride with overnight stay and / or meeting

Deze unieke fototoer kan bij ons geboekt worden:

  • als onderdeel van een zakelijk verblijf: vergadering, training, meerdaags arrangement.
  • voor een groep, in combinatie met een verblijf op de camping, resp. hooizolder en/of in de andere verblijven.
  • in combi met een overnachting in het Stro-Hotel is Individuele deelname is ook mogelijk, alleen op enkele specifieke data per jaar. We houden je graag op de hoogte hierover.

Practical points and price

  • The bike ride is approx. 30 km and takes 4 to 5 hours
  • Along the way, people stop regularly, look at photogenic spots and take lots of photos
  • Halfway break, drink and tasty cake is handed out
  • The tour also continues when it rains. This produces unique images
  • Bicycles are included. An additional charge of € 12.50 per person applies for electric bicycles.
Price on request
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