- The most beautiful villages of Wallonia
By the river bearing the same name, the charming village of Crupet is sure to enchant visitors with its sweet little streets and cultural heritage. Look out for its medieval dungeon, cave home to the Devil, art gallery, fantastic restaurant... or be brave and see the region from above, flying an ULM!
A picturesque setting
This delightful village, nestled in the green valleys of the Condroz region, was named one of the prettiest in Wallonia. This gem has retained interesting dwellings and small farmhouses made of sandstone or whitewashed limestone from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Take a stroll and note its former mills, yards, adorable gardens... Delightful, to say the least.
A medieval village
Make sure to stop by the Saint Martin church, listed as historical building, as well as the medieval dungeon set in a water body or its surprising man-made cave dedicated to Saint-Antoine de Padoue. The latter, also known as the Devil's cave, has been fascinating visitors for a hundred years...
Art lovers will equally appreciate the Art Pero Gallery, presenting paintings, sculptures, jewels... through exhibitions, workshops and pop-ups.
A gourmet experience
There are many restaurants to try, among which La Toquade, nestled in a lovely green setting along the river. The chef serves modern dishes inspired by French cuisine, to which he adds an exotic touch.