Wallonia offers nature enthusiasts vast green spaces, landscaped parks, nature reserves and other protected areas.
- PROMOVillers-la-villeMuseum & discovery
The Villers Abbey, part of Wallonia's exceptional cultural heritageThe Villers Abbey, built in 1146, now in ruins is a stunning witness of how the Cistercian Monks lived. The site is considered one of the most complete in Europe as it features remains of all the buildings used daily.
The Jardins de la GrangeLes Jardins de la grange try to raise awareness on how fragile nature is and tries to preserve the local flora and fauna. To do this, the association has opened 6 themed gardens to the public:
The La Posterie garden | CourcellesDiscover this stunning garden at the heart of Courcelles. This former urban wasteland now features educational vegetable patches, areas for wildflowers, a wide variety of birds, mammals and insects.
The Jardin des deux tours: a medieval garden with 2 towers in NamurTake a stroll in the Jardin des 2 tours in the Citadel of Namur: a 500 m2 medieval inspired garden featuring 6 different themes and overlooking the city.
Gerpinnes natural gardenVisit this pleasant pilot garden, planted exclusively with local varieties and located in the sweet village of Gerpines (Province of Hainaut).
- Ecaussinnes-lalaingGuided tour and discovery
Medieval life at the Ecaussinnes-Lalaing CastleSituated between Nivelles and La Louvière, the Ecaussinnes-Lalaing Castle proposes visits and entertainment in an authentic medieval décor.
Herba Sana, garden of medicinal plants to visit, ElsenbornLocated in the Hautes Fagnes, in the heart of the Ardennes, Herba Sana offers you to discover the medicinal plants and their virtues.