- The most beautiful villages of Wallonia
Amidst the hilly landscape of the Condroz region, Mozet seems wrapped in a green setting. This sweet village, with its limestone houses and impressive farms, has kept its medieval charm.
A picturesque scene
Located on the southern slope of the pretty Samson valley, in a landscape of meadows and groves, Mozet displays the classic architectural features of the Condroz area. Attractive grey limestone and black slate predominate in the old village centre, where the principal landmark is Saint-Lambert church, which was rebuilt in 1775 in blue stone.
A window into the past
Three imposing farms remind visitors of the feudal past of the region. One of them, the Ferme de Royer, even has a listed Romanesque tower. A little distance from the village is the Château de Mozet, built in white limestone in the 17th century. This stunning site is now a holiday center and organizes quite a few events throughout the year. Follow the 4 km discovery trail to go from one iconic location to the other in the area.
A little adventure
Land’vendtures Mozet, set in nature, is the perfect place to try paintball with friends and family. There are three scenarios to choose from and enjoy through three hectares of woodlands. It's all about team spirit, initiative and tactics...
Foodies will love the Fromagerie du Samson, just 2 km from Mozet. The dairy makes cheese with products from 6 local farms. The idea? Working on a short cycle and respecting both producers and consumers. Quite a few of their creations have received medals at the International Cheese Championship.
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