Allotment sites are worth a visit. Here some examples.
The Belgian allotments on the European map
Allotment site Orleans Toren in Aarschot
This project is very young; it opened in 2017 and is located near the city centre of Aarschot. Near the site you have a historical defence tower ‘Orleanstoren’.
Apart from being an allotment garden it is also a natural community space available to everyone.
The city governs the gardens with a local board of people active in the gardens or in local garden federations. The city council wishes to combine allotment gardens with local recreational options for cyclists and hikers.
adress: Geetstraat, 3200 Aarschot
e-mail: Ivan.firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The allotments in Gentbrugge
The allotments originated in 1994 on this location yet the local board was already active in 1914. It is one of the largest parks in Belgium and it is part of a large nature reserves in Ghent with a size of 240 hectares. It contains wonderful walking paths, multiple natural playgrounds, cycle routes, etc.
adress: Boswachterstraat, 9050 Gentbrugge
Allotment site Wallemeers in Roeselare
The project started in 2015 so it is relatively new. The local board is very active in attracting social and environmental partners. In 2018 they will expand with a brand new social project.
adress: Kasteeldreef 1, 8800 Roeselare
Allotment site De Roshaag in Peer
A young and small project but an example for all ecological parks in Flanders. In 2017 the project was rewarded the Ecological garden label with the highest possible score.
adress: Lijsterstraat, 3990 Peer