Putte is a municipality located in the Belgian province of Antwerp. The municipality comprises the towns of Putte, Beerzel, Grasheide and Peulis. The town of Putte is around east of Mechelen. On January 1, 2006 Putte had a total population of 15,690. The total area is 34.96 km² which gives a population density of 449 inhabitants per km².
The Beerzelberg (51.60 m), which is the highest point of the Antwerp province, is located in Beerzel.
Putte should not be confused with Putte in the Kempen, split by the border into Putte, Netherlands and Putte, Kapellen.
Putte is a Belgian municipality in the Province of Antwerp, near Mechelen
Putte may also refer to:
Villages on the border between the Netherlands and Belgium:
- Putte, Kapellen, part of the Belgian municipality of Kapellen (and Stabroek)
- Putte, Netherlands, part of the municipality of Woensdrecht
- nickname of Ingvar Carlsson (ice hockey) (born 1942), Swedish retired ice hockey player and head coach
- nickname of Götrik Frykman (1891-1944), Swedish bandy and football player
- nickname of Rudolf Putte Kock (1901–1979), Swedish football, ice hockey and bridge player
- Hans Olof Putte Wickman (1924-2006), Swedish jazz clarinetist