Located in the centre of the village.
Open during holidays and school holidays.
The largest waterfall in Belgium: 15 metres .
The monks of the Abbey of Stavelot are at the origin of this waterfall. They diverted a meander...Read more
In 2016, the chairlift celebrated its 60th anniversary! It is one of the symbols of the Plopsa Coo amusement park. It allows to gain 220 metres in altitude...Read more
This sloping meadow located near the Lancre woods offers a breathtaking view of the Amblève valley. You can also see the village of Trois-Ponts.
This site, far away from towns and villages, is an ideal place for paragliding. Facing west, this viewpoint offers an incredible panorama of the valley...Read more
This point of view equipped with a small picnic table is located at 485 meters above sea level.
At 457 metres above sea level, this covered viewpoint with picnic table has a magnificent view over the Lake of Coo.
Entirely built in wood...Read more
Also called "Belvédère Thiry". Located at the arrival of the Coo chairlift, the top of this tower offers a magnificent view over the lower basin of the...Read more
St. Andrew's Chapel was built in 1726 by the inhabitants of Coo, called the "Cooytais". This chapel was replaced in 1874 by a more imposing church. It...Read more