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From a multi sensory meditation path in the grounds of an abbey to an underground walk displaying nature as the artist in a 300 million year old cave sculpted by the Eau de Noir river..  Wallonia takes you off the beaten track.

Visit some amazing places, extraordinary tourist attractions or lesser-known museums that invite you to view unique collections patiently gathered by enthusiasts.

You can stroll along magical or mysterious trails. Be amazed by unique artistic works and installations at every turn of your walk. And you can’t fail to admire the many scenic natural sites or the truly breathtaking landscapes.

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  • Eau d'Heure lakes | The biggest lake complex in Belgium
    Boussu-Lez-Walcourt

    Eau d'Heure lakes | The biggest lake complex in Belgium

    The Eau d'Heure 5 artificial lakes, are a stunning preserved natural area and the largest nautical space in Belgium.
  • The citadel of Dinant, a fortress in the Meuse valley
    Dinant

    The citadel of Dinant, a fortress in the Meuse valley

    The citadel of Dinant promises an incredible day out. Retrace 900 years history and discover the Meuse valley in Belgium.
  • Let nature wow you at the Virelles Aquascope
    Virelles

    Let nature wow you at the Virelles Aquascope

    The Aquascope offers visitors quite fantastic adventures - from discovering the most beautiful pond in Wallonia to tree tops...
  • The Citadel of Namur and its fascinating network of underground galleries
    Namur

    The Citadel of Namur and its fascinating network of underground galleries

    Upon inspection of the Citadel, Napoleon labelled it as “Europe’s Termite Mound” due to its extensive network of underground passages. Discover 500m of restored passages with an immersive-guided tour that will take you to the heart of the history of the Citadel’s entrails, through sound and light.
  • SILEX'S Mons: the Neolithic flint mines of Spiennes
    Spiennes

    SILEX'S Mons: the Neolithic flint mines of Spiennes

    Just 6 km from Mons, the Neolithic flint mines of Spiennes or SILEX'S, listed by UNESCO, are well worth a visit...
  • Fondry des Chiens: an impressive sinkhole
    Nismes

    Fondry des Chiens: an impressive sinkhole

    The Fondry des Chiens, nestled in the Viroin-Hermeton natural park near Nismes, is a unique, protected site in Belgium. Discover the incredible biodiversity of this natural sinkhole, 20 metres deep.
  • The Cussignière marshes, a unique site in the Gaume region
    Baranzy

    The Cussignière marshes, a unique site in the Gaume region

    The Cussignière marshes stretch over a vast plain between the Batte river and the Cussigny stream in Lorraine.
  • The Resteigne quarry: a remarkable geosite
    Tellin

    The Resteigne quarry: a remarkable geosite

    This former quarry presents remarkable stratigraphic cross sections from the lowermost Givetian (rock formation from the Givetian period). It is frequently visited by geology students from universities all over Belgium and anyone wishing to get a better insight into the field of biostratigraphy.
  • The mining site of Plombières and its nature reserve
    Plombières

    The mining site of Plombières and its nature reserve

    The former mining site of Plombières is now a nature reserve characterised by the presence of calamine grasslands. Growing there is a special flora linked to the concentration of zinc and other heavy metals in the substratum, of which the calamine pansy is the most representative.
  • Le Gros Cron de Lahage: an impressive geological formation
    Tintigny

    Le Gros Cron de Lahage: an impressive geological formation

    This singular rock owes its geologic quality to its formation process. The Grand Cron de Lahage is a remarkable protected site, with an impressive 20 metres height.
  • The remarkable beauty of the Aiguilles de Chaleux in Hulsonniaux
    Houyet

    The remarkable beauty of the Aiguilles de Chaleux in Hulsonniaux

    The Aiguilles de Chaleux is a limestone rock mass, which colour goes from pearl to dark grey, even going to black at times. This remarkable site is known for its beauty but also its archaeological, geological and botanical value. It has been declared Exceptional heritage of Wallonia.
  • Ardois'Alle | The mysterious world of slate quarries in Alle-sur-Semois
    Alle-sur-Semois

    Ardois'Alle | The mysterious world of slate quarries in Alle-sur-Semois

    Discover the exceptional setting of one of the last Belgian slate quarries.
  • La Roche à l'Appel (Muno): an exceptional geological gem
    Florenville

    La Roche à l'Appel (Muno): an exceptional geological gem

    La Roche à l'Appel, by the French border, is a fascinating geological curiosity found in one of the main natural reserves in Ardenne and Gaume. The site presents itself as a chaotic pile of conglomerate stones (Fépin's pudding stone), right in the Muno forest.
  • The Fond des Vaulx: a luscious, mysterious valley
    Marche-en-Famenne

    The Fond des Vaulx: a luscious, mysterious valley

    The enclosed Fond des Vaulx valley offers 15 hectares of wild landscapes, quite a contrast with the wide spaces of the Marche plain. Fauna, flora and geology in the area are sure to fascinate visitors, let alone the many legends adding a mysterious atmosphere to the area...
  • The Fonds de Quarreux in Aywaille: an outstanding natural site
    Aywaille

    The Fonds de Quarreux in Aywaille: an outstanding natural site

    The 1.5 km hike along the Fonds de Quarreux reveals stunning rounded quartzite rocks scattered along the bed of the Amblève river. Surrounded by nature, this lovely walk is sure to put a spell on you. The Remouchamp caves a 6 km away and the Monde Sauvage 9 km.
  • The Nassogne hides and miradors: fascinating view points on the forest
    Nassogne

    The Nassogne hides and miradors: fascinating view points on the forest

    Hides and miradors, which architecture, always integrated in nature, can be fascinating, are best way to observe the nearby fauna and flora. They usually offer amazing panoramas, all in a serene, soothing setting: the perfect place to rest when hiking through a forest!
  • The Trou des Fées in Virton: a magical location
    Etalle

    The Trou des Fées in Virton: a magical location

    Well known by the locals, these exceptional caves feature in many legends linkeds to D’jean dMady but also to the Gaume fairies.
  • The wood hills of the Citadel of Liège: nature at the heart of the fiery city
    Liège

    The wood hills of the Citadel of Liège: nature at the heart of the fiery city

    Located within the citadel, these wood hills are an unexpected urban haven, ideal for peaceful walks and nature lovers. This unique natural and material heritage, 80 hectares in total, has been awarded 3 stars in the Michelin travel guide.