Losser is a place in the same-named municipality with approximately 13000 inhabitants. Losser has many traditional and / or cultural buildings such as the St. Martin tower, the old stone factory, the clamber museum, the smuggling museum, arboretum, the open air theater and erve Kraesgenberg. In total, Losser has 58 entries in the national register, with 17 other municipal monuments (57 in the whole municipality) and four war memorials (six throughout the municipality). In the surrounding area there are mostly many meadows, but there are also some lakes at a short distance from the place Losser. Annually a Brueghelian Festijn is celebrated in the last weekend of the school holiday. An old-fashioned bravery employs people like middle ages. Carnival is also celebrated with various festivities in the traditionally catholic village. Every last Saturday of the month (except December) there is a Boerenstreek Market on Teylersplein. On Palm Sunday, the traditional Palmpaas parade takes place, starting at the Mariageboortekerk. On Father's Day the annual vintage show will be held in the field of steenfabriek De Werklust. Exhibited cars, engines, mopeds, buses, lorries, tractors, agricultural machinery and stationary engines over 35 years. On the second Sunday of October, the Bokk'n & Bloaz'n Chapel Festival is held annually. Approximately twelve bladders are challenged to compete on two stages.