The southernmost point of the Netherlands

Klein-Kuttingen is the southernmost town of the Netherlands. The hamlet lies just south of the village Kuttingen, on the border with Belgium in the rolling hills of Limburg.

Klein-Kuttingen is a shared hamlet. Most of the town is located in Belgium. The southernmost tip of The Netherlands lies to the south-west of Kuttingen and is marked by demarcation point 12. You must take a Belgian road to get there.

Northernmost point of Belgium

From the most southern point of the Netherlands it's a long way to visit the northernmost point of Belgium. This point is in Meerle (Hoogstraten), at demarcation point 219.

Adress and visitor information


Address: Rue de Beusdael
Postal code and city: 6285 NM  Kuttingen
Province: Limburg

Let op: The location on the map is an indication. It is not always the entrance, parking lot or best route



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