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  • Woodland, nature reserve or natural area

This nature reserve, named after Raymon Mayné who was the first to discover cicadas, can be found on the heights of Torgny, one of the prettiest villages in Wallonia.

The climate, in Torgny, is the warmest and driest in Belgium. This explains the particularly diverse flora and fauna in the reserve: insects, mountain cicadas, praying mantis, chalk grassland, small leaves flax...

The Ardenne et Gaume association has designed a sweet little path through the reserve to better enjoy its landscapes.

Torgny vineyards

The local vineyards, called Poirier du Loup, produce dy wine white, rosé, sparkling wine and ratafia. The cellar can be found rue de l'Ermitage in Torgny.

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