Admiring castles surrounded by beautiful moats, explore hills and valleys to listen to the whisper of a stream... Discover amazing activities along Wallonia's waterways.
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- LompretThe most beautiful villages of Wallonia
Lompret, one of the Most Beautiful Villages in WalloniaNestled in a valley bathed by the Eau Blanche, Lompret was built on a former feudal castle. It kept its elegant atmosphere and grey limestone houses, built in the 18th and 19th century. This peaceful, green setting is well worth a stop...
- ÉrezéeMuseum & discovery
CoSMos | The salmon's odyssey in ErezéeOnce quite abundant in the Ourthe, salmon had in 1935 entirely disappeared from our waterways. A passionate team is now working at reintroducing the species back into our rivers. Discover this fascinating odyssey in Erezée, just 10 km from RIVEO (Hotton)
- Boussu-lez-walcourtAdventure sports
Natura Parc, a tree top adventure by the Eau d'Heure lakesCome and have fun at Natura Park, a tree top adventure set in a forest near the Eau d'Heure lakes. Fully set in nature, it will delight the whole family with its many activities.
- AywailleTrekking & hiking
Promenades du vallon du Ninglinspo, unique torrent de BelgiqueNear Aywaille, in the Amblève basin, erosion sculpted wild valleys through which flows on of the country's most poetic stream, the Ninglinspo. This fantastic walk will guide you along the torrent, quite unique in Belgium.
The Eau d'Heure lakes and the Plate Taille Visitor CentreEnjoy a guided tour of the biggest dam in Belgium and its skywalk, offering a unique 107 m high panorama.
- La HulpeNature reserve
The Solvay Estate and the Château de La HulpeThe Solvay Estate in La Hulpe, listed as "Exceptional cultural site in Wallonia", features part of the Sonian Forest and the Château de La Hulpe.
- LaforetThe most beautiful villages of Wallonia
Laforêt, one of the most beautiful villages in WalloniaNestled in a green setting along the Semois river, Laforêt kept its traditional atmosphere and rich cultural heritage. This charming village still had its drinking troughs, washhouses and even tobacco dryers.
- StavelotAnimal park/zoo/aquarium
Wild Park Coo, a wildlife park in the ArdennesVisit Wild Park Coo, a stunning wildlife park in the heart of the Ardenne, to discover which animals live in the Belgian forests.
- PROMOComblain-au-pontGrottoes and caves
Step underground at the cave of ComblainThe Grotte de Comblain, listed as an underground cavity of scientific interest, can be found in the Liège province, on the hills of the Comblain-au-Pont vil
RIVEO: the River Interpretative Centre in HottonLocated in the province of Luxembourg, between Durbuy and La Roche, the RIVEO Interpretative Centre features unexpected finds, all themed around rivers and their biodiversity.
- ChaudfontaineMuseum & discovery
Source O Rama: the journey a little drop of water in the big worldVisitors can discover the many secrets of fresh water at Source O Rama, in the heart of the Parc des Sources de Chaudfontaine. This fun, family-friendly visit can be combined with a stroll through the nearby Modern Art Museum, the ArtHouse.
- PROMOHan-sur-lesseGrottoes and caves
The Caves of HanCome and explore the world-famous underground caves of Han-sur-Lesse, near Rochefort. The Michelin guide has awarded the site 3 stars in its travel guide fo Wallonia.
- PROMOLiègeMuseum & discovery
Liège's Aquarium-Museum: dive in a magical worldThe Aquarium-Museum in Liège will take you on a wonderful journey through the animal and aquatic universes, featuring fish from around the world.
- VirellesMuseum & discovery
Let nature wow you at the Aquascope of VirellesThe Aquascope offers visitors quite fantastic adventures - from discovering the most beautiful pond in Wallonia to tree tops...
- Houdeng-goegniesRiver cruises
The hydraulic boat lifts of the Canal du CentreSituated in the province of Hainaut, these 4 hydraulic lifts, built beginning of the XIXth century, are standing monuments to the Belgian Industrial revolution. These timeless masterpieces, listed by UNESCO, can be visited.
The water gardens of Annevoie, between Namur and DinantDiscover these amazing gardens, created 250 years ago and considered one of Wallonia's cultural treasures. How could anyone resist taking a stroll between the fountains, waterfalls, ponds and stunning combination of French, Italian and English style gardens?
- FurfoozTrekking & hiking
A walk through the natural reserve of Furfooz near DinantThe Furfooz park, in the province of Namur, invites you to discover its archaeological, geological and natural heritage. This family-friendly stroll offers lovely views on the Lesse river.
- PROMOAmayMuseum & discovery
The Château de Jehay, a Mosan Renaissance gem in AmayLocated in the province of Liège, the Château de Jehay offers a remarkable architecture, unique in Europe. This impressive historical building, surrounded by moats, seems to appear as if by magic as you walk past the forest.
- PROMOBeloeilMuseum & discovery
The Château de Beloeil estate, the Belgian VersaillesBuilt in the 14th century, this massive turreted chateau is surrounded by a wide moat connected to a series of lakes and channels which wind through one of the largest and most ornate French-style gardens in Belgium.
- PROMOHastièreArchitectural heritage
The Château de Freÿr-sur-Meuse and its gardens (Hastière)Freÿr sur Meuse, a Renaissance castle with stunning gardens, is part of Wallonia's protected architectural heritage.
- Boussu-lez-walcourtGolf club
Aqua Golf at the Eau d'Heure lakes: a unique activity in EuropeCome and try Europe's largest Aqua Golf, in the outstanding setting of the Eau d'Heure Lakes, Belgium.
- PROMOBoussu-lez-walcourtCycling and Mountain Biking
The Eau d'Heure lakes, the biggest lake complex in BelgiumThe Eau d'Heure 5 artificial lakes, are a stunning preserved natural area and the largest nautical space in Belgium.
- RonquièresRiver cruises
The Ronquières inclined plane: a fascinating siteLocated on the Charleroi-Bruxelles canal, the Ronquières inclined plane compensates a 70 m drop: a rather unique feature.
- PROMOLavaux-sainte-anneMuseum & discovery
The castle of Lavaux-Sainte-Anne, nature and cultural heritage in RochefortThe castle of Lavaux-Saint-Anne, its three museums, its park and gardens in the province of Namur are sure to enchant you. This magnificent castle on the plain of Wallonia is a mere 16 km from Rochefort, 23 from the French border.
- ChevetogneSwimming & diving
The Chevetogne estate: creativity and surprises amidst a green settingThe Domaine Provincial de Chevetogne, which stretches over 550 hectares, is sure to delight you with its many surprises throughout its green spaces and its many creative activities.
- AywailleWalking or hiking
Follow the sound of singing water in the Vallon des chantoirsThe chantoirs are typical of regions with a limestone sub-soil - the Calestienne in this case. You will find these depressions where a stream leaves a surface to continue underground. The name (from chanter - sing) comes from the music the water makes when sinking in the ground.
The Waulsort marinaA marina with a harbour's office, downstream of the Waulsort dam, along the Meuse river. Among the services on site are a restaurant, a desk offering touristic information, access to internet, showers, a laundry room, toilets, water and electricity.
- Saint-hubertTrekking & hiking
Entre Lesse et Lomme: a 78 km hike in the ArdenneThis fantastic hike (78 km in 3 days) offers a full immersion in the Saint-Hubert Woodlands, one of the most beautiful regions of the Ardenne. There are bivouacs along the itinerary to rest.
- JalhayWalking or hiking
Hiking in Wallonia: the Statte Valley (Hautes Fagnes)This hike along the Haute Fagnes is the opportunity to explore a valley sculpted by a sweet river, the Statte. Walkers will enjoy picturesque farms, little bridges, fields, villages along the way, as well as a spectacular view from the Rocher de Bilisse.
- Montignies-saint-christopheArchitectural heritage
Montignies-Saint-Christophe Roman bridge (Hainaut)This 13 arches (each a full hanger) masterpiece, made of limestone, was built on part of the Roman road linking Bavay to Trèves (commune of Montignies-Saint-Christophe). Nicknamed "Roman bridge" for its location, it actually dates back to the Middle Ages.
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