The province of Flevoland consists of two polders: the Noordoostpolder and the Flevopolder. The Flevopolder is the largest man-made island in the world. Where once the waves of the Zuiderzee splashed, an entirely new piece of land was constructed between 1942 and 1968. Since then tall dikes have protected a broad landscape of grasslands, fields and woods. Hop on your bike and explore Flevoland from coast to coast. And discover the surprises that this new land has in store for you.