Get on your bike and go from one UNESCO gem to another in the South of Belgium.

This open-air adventure, which follows the local ‘RAVeL’ and ‘Points-Noeuds’ cycling network, can be easily adapted to your desires: a gentle one-day ride or a few days itinerary. There is much to see in our beautiful region…

Between Tournai and on to the remarkable Blegny-Mine site - located at the gateway of the Netherlands, enjoy the stunning, varied landscapes of the Hainaut plains, the Meuse river, the Condroz hills and the secret Ardenne valleys. Dotted here and there, get to admire exceptional historical treasures, included in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage sites, as well as other fantastic tourist attractions.

Add to this a selection of bike-friendly lodgings… it's a magical 500 km Wallonian adventure that is sure to stay in your treasured holiday memory chest.

Two cyclists on the Place de Tournai© WBT - Denis Erroyaux Cyclist admiring the Canal du Centre© WBT - Bruno D'Alimonte Aerial view of Thuin© WBT - J.P. Remy View on Aulne Abbey© WBT - David Samyn

View point on Dinant© WBT - Anibal Trejo Woma standing on the ban of the Meuse river, near Dinant© WBT - JP Remy Couple cycling along a bridge© WBT - Bruno D'Alimonte Person overlooking the town of Durbuy© WBT - Péripléties

Cyclist passing Waimes Cathedral© WBT - David Samyn View on Reinhardstein castle© WBT - Denis Erroyaux View on the countryside and hills in the Province of Liège© WBT - Morgane Vander Linden

 

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