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Recreation

Recreation literally means to create again, in other words, to begin with an empty page. This implies being empty and stopping work for a while. Once you do this, there are plenty of activities for active or passive recreation at Seventh. Those who enjoy active recreation can go walking, biking, take a boat tour or play golf. For those who prefer passive recreation, there are cultural activities such as exhibitions, there is the experience of nature, energy and of course the possibility to prevent the experience of illness or heal from certain conditions.

There are several opportunities for sightseeing, because Seventh is a place worth seeing. The environment is characterized by recreational activities in nature, yet in close proximity to an urban environment and cultural heritage. And as mentioned earlier it has green surroundings and various water elements. You can go for a stroll, play golf, go horseback riding, hike, bike or enjoy a boat ride. You can also exercise inside the pyramid or around it and you can experience wellness in almost every way. It is also possible to rent equipment for recreational activities. At Seventh there are no cars that pollute the visual scenery. The parking facilities for recreation (mainly) for the living and health facilities (entirely) are located in a two-layered basement.

It is a fantastic area for a plenitude of activities and for respectfully practicing hobbies. Recreation is a very important element for health and quality of life. Seventh locations are always situated in green environments. This is also the case for the other nine locations planned outside of The Netherlands.

Located in the surrounding fields are a number of so-called follies, which are smaller buildings with a wide variety of functions. These are located around Seventh and form a starting point for exploring the estate and experiencing the atmosphere and possibilities of Seventh. The different functions of the follies are as follows: three of them have a cultural function, three of them have a function for inhabitants and neighbors (tea house, herb garden and chapel) and the seventh has an informational function. They are all mutually connected by walking paths. These paths are in turn part of a network of walking paths at the New Estate Seventh. The integration of permanent or temporary art is possible around these follies. Altogether Seventh is an experience from and for everyone, with a high level of quality.