Lemmer. What was once a fishermen’s village has changed into an allround holiday centre with many sights. You can visit monumental buildings like the Lemstersluis from 1888 and the Dutch Reformed Church from 1717. Walk through the Lange and the Korte Streek and notice the splendid 18th century facades that decorate the buildings. A remarkable place to visit is the Woudagemaal which was built in 1920. Because it is the largest steam pumpingstation ever built, it has a proud listing on the World Heritage List. Holiday centre Lemmer has much hustle and bustle at the locks with Dutch and especially German boats, probably on their way to the marinas or the adjacent nature areas. Furthermore, Lemmer has a fine sandy beach, a nice centre and in the vicinity a camping and bungalow parks.