Near to the Dutch border, in the woody hamlet Postel, lies the imposing abbey which was established in the 12th Century by the Norbertines who reclaim the land since then and who are known for their hospitality. A Norbertine is also known as ‘white canon’ because of the white colour of their habit. They practice forestry, cattle-breeding and agriculture. To be self-supporting, they brew beer and make cheese. Both of these activities have turned into traditional handicrafts which tourists really enjoy. However busy it is, once you are inside the abbey walls, a serene calmness rules.