Spa is an amazing town with many surprises for its visitors

Since 1994, every summer the Francofolies de Spa make the heart of the town beat to the rhythm of French-language music. During four days, the lineup is a blend of musical styles. Around half of the performing artists are Belgian. A flagship festival in Belgium not to be missed! (See agenda).

Spring Water

The town of Spa boasts a large number of springs which are called “pouhons” in Walloon. Gushing forth from these is water with reputed curative properties. From the Barisart spring to the Géronstère spring, discover the mysteries of springs through this walk. Here is an opportunity to take an interest in this miracle of nature that is the gushing of mineral water!

The F1 circuit of Spa-Francorchamps

The Spa-Francorchamps racetrack, known in the automobile world as being one of the most beautiful racetracks, is every year the scene of the Spa Formula 1 Grand Prix, 24 hours of Spa and numerous other prestigious motor racing events. During your visit, you’ll be able to make the most of the facilities and the Automobile Museum. And then why not make room for the thrills on the track?

Joan Miro Exhibition

At Pouhon Pierre le Grand, the Tourist Office hosts a permanent exhibition unique in Belgium. It presents several hundred original works of the famous artist Joan Miró. This exhibition however makes way exceptionally for the War and Peace exhibition in 2018. The exhibition traces the passage from war to peace which Spa was witness to from 1918 to 1920, and can be visited from April to November.