Rochefort, famous for its medieval castle and Trappist beer

Rochefort is well known for its Trappist beer, brewed in the Notre-Dame de Saint-Remy: a perfect match to the eponymous cheese, sure to delight all foodies. The city also is a delightful location for relaxing holidays and enjoying walks in peaceful nature settings.

The remains of the city's medieval castle, built on rocky outcrop, Lavaux-Sainte-Anne's, offer quite a sight to visitors. History lovers will equally love the Archéopark, the cave of Lorette sculpted by the Lomme river, the Gallo-Roman villa... In season, a touristic train will show you the local natural and cultural sites.

The regions also is a real paradise for lovers of green spaces. In the caves of Han, you will discover an impressive underground network of galleries, crossed also by the Lesse river here and there. Thrill seekers will sign up for a caving experience. Families will love the wildlife park, named Belgium's best in 2015. You can even... sleep with bears there!

Still on the nature side, The ostrich farm in Doneu are sure to surprise the children and the Jemelle-Houyet RAVeL network will prove perfect for a full day out cycling.