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  • The most beautiful villages of Wallonia

Welcome to the heart of the Belgian Lorraine, in the province of Luxembourg, which you might mistake for Provence... Torgny, nestled along a forest, enjoys quite a gentle climate (perfect for agriculture and wine-making). Why not stop by and take a stroll in its pretty streets, discover its architectural heritage and enjoy Chef Clément Petitjean's restaurant, rewarded with a Michelin star.

A Mediterranean village in Wallonia

Indeed, thanks to a favourable microclimate and a gently rolling landscape... Add to this, buildings in warn coloured stone and red-tiled roofs and you could indeed think you are in the south of France rather than Belgium.

The climate is perfect to grow grapes. There are three vineyards to discover:

  • Le Poirier du Loup
  • Les Fouchères
  • L’épinette

Quite a few buildings are listed in the village: its chapel, washhouse and even two local traditional farms. The Raymond Mayné mature reserve, one of the oldest in Belgium, also is worth a detour. This former quarry shelters quite a fantastic variety when it comes to flora and fauna.

A festival dedicated to artists and artisans

This incredible fair gathering a hundred artists and artisans takes place every year on the third Sunday of July. Stop by to discover a fantastic range of terroir delights, meet local wine-makers, admire street entertainers and musicians...

Gourmet delights

La Romanette's passion? Quality dishes, made with fresh ingredients and served in a family-friendly atmosphere where everyone feels welcomed. It's the perfect place to try regional recipes: sausages, touffaye, cheese paired with a glass of Orval or gaume Beer.

Another fantastic address: Chef Clément Petitjean's restaurant, proud of a Michelin star. La Grappe d’Or's creative cuisine aims at finding offering a new interpretation of tradition and terroir. Even better: they also have hotel rooms.

 

 

 

 

 

Contact

Rue Cavé,6767Torgny
COVID-19 : in accordance with the latest Covid-19 restrictions, most museums, tourist attractions and information centres are now closed in Wallonia, and events cancelled. We do our best to keep our information up to date but it's always best to check with the site you wish to visit before heading there - by phone, email, social media or simply a look at their website - to see their latest opening hours and entry conditions. Some will prefer you to book your ticket in advance. Infos
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